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hi I would like to know is it possible to duel boot redhat and mandrake.don,t ask why ,just want to know is it possible??and is there anything u have to do to perpare your harddrive...thanks in advance caper
Each OS could also do with it's own swap partition. And to save space you could have a shared partition which could be mounted as /home under both systems. Just a couple of suggestions, maybe too advanced, ionnu. But with cfdisk anyone can partition a drive.