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Old 01-23-2004, 03:42 PM   #1
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Multiple Linux Installations

I have Linux RH 9.0 installed on a machine and would like to have two more different Linux installations on the same machine (I'm comparing).

I'm not a hardware guy and would like to know what steps I need to perform to install Debian.

I know that I need to partition my hard drive (even more than it is?) and would like to find some good reading material that describes partitioning and recommended "multi-install" scenarios of Linux on one machine.

Help here would be greatly appreciated.

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