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Thread: Dual boot Ubuntu 12.10 and Arch Linux 2013 (Ubuntu installed first)

  1. #1
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    Dual boot Ubuntu 12.10 and Arch Linux 2013 (Ubuntu installed first)

    I have Ubuntu and I love it, but I want to dual boot Arch Linux with it because it is one of the most customizable OS in the world and wanted to try more Linux versions. I am giving 50GB (51200MB) to Arch Linux. I want to know how to install it correctly so I don't mess up my computer. I am installing i686 (32bit).

    please tell me if you need more details

    thank you in advance
    Last edited by MaxLinuxLover; April 3rd, 2013 at 01:52 AM. Reason: I changed space given to Arch Linux.

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    Ubuntu 12.04 Precise Pangolin

    Re: Dual boot Ubuntu 12.10 and Arch Linux 2013 (Ubuntu installed first)

    Well the first thing first is are you gonna be using a DVD disk or a USB?

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    Re: Dual boot Ubuntu 12.10 and Arch Linux 2013 (Ubuntu installed first)

    Never mind, I already did it from a tutorial from YouTube and it worked. BTW, I used a DVD

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    Re: Dual boot Ubuntu 12.10 and Arch Linux 2013 (Ubuntu installed first)

    Hi everyone, I have the same problem. I want to start from the beginning and install Ubuntu 13.04 dual boot with Archlinux. I'm reading that I should be specially cautious with the partitions I will make. Could you please give me some advice so I don't ruin my laptop? Thanks anyways!

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