Using multiple distro's on one computer
I am sure this has been addressed before, but I had some questions about using multiple distro's on one computer. My linux machine has an 80gig HD and a smaller 6gig HD. I will have Slackware 10 for my main distro on 40 gigs of the 80gig drive. Then I wanted a smaller 10 gigs for testing of the latest Fedora Core (Or playing with other distros) and then some free space on the drive incase I wanted to play with SuSe/Knoppix/Gentoo or anything else later on.
At one time I had Slackware 9.1, Fedora Core 1, and Windows XP Pro. On the same computer, FC1 and Windows XP loaded Via the Grub Bootloader, and Slackware 9.1 loaded off of a boot-up disk.
I may or may not have XP on the smaller 6 gig HD, because I will need Swap space, and I don't know if 80gigs will hander three distro's.
I wanted some oppinions, and some assistance of how to go about this. I know that when my dad gets done with my computer he will put XP on the 6 gig HD, so unless I need the 6 gig HD XP will stay on there for those times when I might need it.