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Thread: Dual Boot Ubuntu-Fedora

  1. #1
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    Dual Boot Ubuntu-Fedora

    Hi,

    I definetively removed VISTA and I'm too happy to be Microsoft free.

    Now, without repartition in size my hd I would try to intall a secondary Linux distro (just to try, I don't really need it)

    I want install Fedora 9 on a portion of the disk in which I have had Vista.

    I can also install the whole system from scratch starting with Fedora and than Ubuntu 8.04.
    In this case does the Ububtu detect the existing Linux os and automatically create the right entries in GRUB?

    Thank you

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    Re: Dual Boot Ubuntu-Fedora

    It does, Fedora will also install grub which will recognise ubuntu

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    Re: Dual Boot Ubuntu-Fedora

    Yes it will,if you install Fedora first. If you install Ubuntu first you may find that Fedora doesn't see Ubuntu.
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