No, not yet, when I went to partition using 98, I only showed 40gigs, and so I set a primary partition to 20, but I never got a prompt to set a second partition. Now I don't know if this had anything to do with the initial attempt with the fedora core 6, but I am discouraged.
I was going to see if I could get that partition software, but it really seems foolish, as when I boot with fedora, it give options to partition many ways, so it would stand to reason that the fedora software is more than capable of setting partitions and then installing the other os in the same mentioned appropriate partions, with a boot sequence and boot partition that could be functional and practical.
Some mention as to the boot partition etc, not really clear on it, but logically makes sense. That is, if I were to have trouble with one OS, I would like them (os's) all stand alone so as not to have to reconfigure in case one craps out in the future.
Anyway, I won't be able to devote any significant time to the install until later.
I can easily get to that fedora screen (pic), and still haven't heard a logical reason as to why I cannot partition using that platform and attain reasonable the same desired partition results. Although now after setting one partition with 98, I am not sure what that will look like when I boot up again.