I have a great and fully satisfying Ubuntu install on one PC and an XP install on the other. My problem is this: I am selling the XP PC (completely wiped) and want to install XP in a dual-boot with Ubuntu on my other PC. I know the recommended way is to install Windows first because of it's control of the MBR, but us there some way to do it in reverse? (Safely
I am NOT familiar with changing GRUB (and, truth be told, am not overly fond of it either), so if this would involve editing GRUB config, I would need specific directions rather than a generic "edit etc/grub/" whatever LOL. I'm a thirty years MS/Win user, and a 13 months Linux user.
By the way, I do want my XP install as there are a few games I play which won't work under Linux without Wine, and I'd rather just dual-boot.
Thanks in advance for any help or direction you can steer me.