Dual-Boot: Ubuntu now, Vista Later?
I'm currently running a Win98/Debian setup. I don't use windows much but would like to upgrade to either XP or vista when it comes out in order to do cross-platform game development/programming and run some windows-only programs i have.
My current hard drive config is messy and i'm looking to repartition everything. My debian system is also getting a bit shaky. I'd like to start over with kubuntu and xp or vista in the future.
The problem is that i don't necessarily want to wait until vista comes out to start changing my system. Can i partition my hard drive now, install kubuntu, then and install vista later when it comes out? I wonder because windows has a habit of over-writing things when it installs. Usually i would recommend installing windows first and linux afterward (you don't have to reinstall the boot loader that way)
Thanks for your advice!