Best directions for dual-booting with Vista?
Hans Henry von Tresckow
hvontres at gmail.com
Wed Mar 26 23:28:39 UTC 2008
On Wed, Mar 26, 2008 at 1:43 PM, D. R. Evans <doc.evans at gmail.com> wrote:
> I had to go out and buy a Vista laptop in a hurry this morning.
> Where do people think the best directions are to be found for installing
> kubuntu (32-bit gutsy) so that it dual-boots with the pre-installed Vista?
> I've seen a few sets of directions, but I'd value any opinions as to the
> ones that are most likely to work.
> This is a 32-bit laptop (Toshiba Satellite A205-S5814).
> So far, all I've done is boot it.
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The one redeaming feature of Vista is that is can resize the C: drive itself
I did that when I installed kubuntu on my new HP laptop
1) tell Vista that it only needs ~30GB or so of HD
2) Set up a couple of partitions on the free space ( I did one for / , one
for /home and one for swap)
3) Install Kubuntu and tell it to put grub on the MBR
Henry von Tresckow (hvontres)
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