[Ilugc] dual boot success

Arun Khan knura9 at gmail.com
Sun Jul 15 10:12:42 IST 2012


On Sat, Jul 14, 2012 at 5:19 PM, kenneth gonsalves
<lawgon at thenilgiris.com> wrote:

> finally succeeded. I did not use lvm. What I did:

Congrats.   However, the mystery behind the 40GB (from a another
thread) remains unresolved.   I would suggest you close that thread
with your finding.   The n00b sys admin may  learn a few things from
that experience.

> 4 booted from the fedora installation dvd and restored grub. I now have
> a nice dual boot system - I still have one more partition available,
> should I install mandriva, or does someone have suggestions for
> something more exotic?

FreeBSD?

If your CPU [a] and motherboard are LKVM capable + 4GB of RAM, then I
would suggest that you keep one primary OS and keep all the rest of
the hard disk for your /home and experiment with the different OS in a
LKVM environment.

[a] Personal observation, dual core with 2 threads/core has given me
better multitasking between my VMs and other desktop apps running in
the primary OS.

-- 
Arun Khan
"As a layman, I would say we have it, but as a scientist I have to
say, 'What do we have?'"
Rolf Heuer, Director General CERN on the announcement of Higgs Boson particle.


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