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Old 10-02-2004, 10:41 PM   #1
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MultiBooting various Distros

Hey All,

this questions has been bogging me for quite some time.I know it is possible to boot different distros of Linux.What are the basic tools i need to do that. And if you have some links with some info..that'd be great !

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basically it's just a matter of installing the different operating systems on their own partitions, and then installing a bootloader such as lilo or grub... the configuration file for lilo is /etc/lilo.conf, and i think the one for grub is /etc/grub.conf...

here's a link that can give you the big picture:

here's some googles that might help you:

also, don't forget to search Linux Questions:

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