Fedora 13 32bit and then Linux Mint 32bit and then Ubuntu 10.04 32bit
Guys I'm really crappy at dealing with partitioning, how do I go about this one, installing Fedora 13, Linux Mint and Ubuntu 10.04 in that exact order and I want GRUB to come from Ubuntu.
I've tried partitioning on my own and even in my own inexperienced observation, I think I've created some form of HDD dystopia...reason being is that the paritions were created haphazardly just to go ahead with the installs.
To make things simple, which words should I render all too important during partition and how do I put these words together to create a respectably partitioned HDD for all 3 OSes.
PS I like the idea of installing all 3 and just space swap between the trio. How do I do this?
Well, you are going to need logical volumes. So something like
Another option, which would be much easier to setup AND maintain, would be to have a separate boot partition for each OS, and use Grub's chainloader feature to point to the others. In this case, you might only want:
pardon the ignorance but GRUB chainloader???
on another part, theoretically what if I do this:
how would things be looking like from start up to the GRUB page?
I think this observation might clinch it.
How come Linux Mint and Ubuntu can be installed side by side without any hoopla, fracas or fiasco??
Chainloading is a way for you to have multiple bootloaders on the same system.
The order of the partitions doesn't matter.
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