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Old 10-01-2005, 06:44 PM   #1
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Lightbulb How to boot into multi Linux & Windows

I am presently booting Win 98, Win XP, Linux - Knoppix, Mepis & Xandros on one machine and the same with a second but with Fedora C4 in place of Knoppix. This is without problems using the windows Boot.ini file. All these OS/Distros are blissfully unaware of each other and there is no cross interference.

I have detailed the procedure in a 2 page PDF file.

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Good luck

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