Originally Posted by momcilosystem
Tnx for your reply!
Well, if I choose to install it on same partition wouldn't that make me use chainloader on "main" GRUB? I mean, I will still be installing GRUB, only not on separate partition but on / partition of the distro?
Please correct me if wrong
I am not sure what you mean.
A way to do dual or triple booting is one GRUB in MBR the others GRUB on the partition on which the distro is installed
Only the menu.list of the GRUB in MBR should be modified
Let say ones has also a other distro on sda7
Adding the following lines on the main menu.lst is enough
title distro X on sda7
As only the menu.lst is called and the menu.lst is keeping
up to date by is its own version nothing can go wrong
Only if you reinstall the version which GRUB is in MBR you have to add this lines again