[CentOS] Dual Booting Question

Ron Blizzard rb4centos at gmail.com
Sun Aug 23 06:12:01 UTC 2009

On Fri, Aug 21, 2009 at 10:00 PM, Chaz Sliger<chaz at bctonline.com> wrote:
> I use Symantec’s Norton Partition Magic to carve up the disk, usually into 3
> partitions (NTFS for windows, FAT32 for moving files between windows and
> linux, and a linux partition).
> You’ll need to copy the linux bootloader into the Master Boot Record and
> then set it up so you can choose which OS to boot.

I used to use Partition Magic all the time. Still have version 8, I
think. But I carry Puppy Linux around on thumb drive and it's just
more convenient.

As for copying the bootloader into the MBR, isn't that Grub's default
setup? I think Grub is pretty much automatic if let it be.

RonB -- Using CentOS 5.3

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