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I have an older version of Red Hat Linux installed and I want to install Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 as well so that the system is dual bootable. Does ...
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- 06-15-2005 #1
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Installing more than one version of Red Hat Linux
- 06-16-2005 #2
Firstly, you will need a partition for RHEL to go into.
Install the bootloader to the root partition, NOT the MBR.
You can use your original bootloader to boot RHEL, just get the kernel name, and initrd.
There is lots of info about multi-booting on this site, just do a search for multi-boot.How to know if you are a geek.
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