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Old 06-09-2009, 01:21 AM   #1
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Unhappy Install Linux in Free space using Kick Start

Hi everyone
I am trying to create an unattended installation of Fedora 9 on 25 computers. But the problem is that they all have Windows XP installed on there C drive. Th eC drive is approx 30 GB and there is another partition in the HDD i.e. D drive which is 50 GB. I have created a kickstart file for unattended network installation but i dont want to remove the windows part, I want the systems to be dual boot.
For this there is an option in the kick start file

with the following options

How can i save my Windows XP during this installation. Please reply.
Thank you!


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