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I'm running WinXP Home on a drive Raid 0 array, and just installed Mandrake 10 community download edition on a Hitatchi 90gb 8mb cache IDE hard drive. A while ago I bought Suse Linux 9.0 from Fry's electronics but it would not install back then now I've got mandrake installed and updated and everything. Running LILO graphical bootloader. Can I install SUSE with Mandrake and Windows XP installed? I'm very new to Linux but I don'w want my hard earned cash to goto waste. The question is can I just plop the first Suse disk into my cdrom and reboot onto it and will it install itself without hurting anything else? Thanks.. Keith E. Whisman firstname.lastname@example.org
Distribution: Ubuntu 11.4,DD-WRT micro plus ssh,lfs-6.6,Fedora 15,Fedora 16
yeah... it should work, you just need to have proper / and /boot partitions of each distribution of linux you want to install and proper entries in you /etc/lilo.conf file, but triple booting is done all the time