I am trying to install Linux SUSE Enterprise Server 11 SP2 on an existing Ubuntu desktop (Dual boot).
Installing Ubuntu was very easy and Ubuntu basically did everything for me. My question is about the SUSE installation:
When getting to the partitioning screen I get the following existing partitions:
sda1 - Native Linux
sda2 - extended
sda5 - Linux Swap
If I understand correctly, I need to do the following:
- Re-size sda1 for 70 GB less (This is the space I want for the SUSE)
- Install SUSE on the new partition
My question is what else do I need to do?
Do I need to add a Swap partition for SUSE, or can I use sda5?
Do I need another extended partition or this one is just to allow more than four partitions?
Do I need to install GRUB in advance or will SUSE install it on later stages?