Dual boot (Debian, Windows)
I just put Debian Woody (Gnome 1.4) on a secondary computer and I really enjoy it. The only problem is the computer is... ah... below average. I want to use it more, but the slowness of it is killing me. On this computer I have room for another hard drive, and I thought, "Why not put Debian on this and have a dual boot, so I can see which OS I like more?" I've never tried this, or even know how to begin, so I was wondering if any of you Linux Zealots could help me out. I have the disk to install Debian, and all that, I just need to know what to do, or if it would even be possible to have two hard drives, each with a separate OS, to run on the same mother board. I appreciate any and all suggestions.