Dualbooting 7.04 with 7.10
VBabiy at verizon.net
Sun Aug 5 20:08:34 UTC 2007
yes it does.
On Sat, 2007-08-04 at 16:14 -0600, cj wrote:
> Nils Kassube wrote:
> > cj wrote:
> >> ive never dualbooted linux before, so i dont know how to do it. Is it
> >> like dualbooting windows or is it much different? and how do i do it? I
> >> plan on dualbooting my kubuntu 7.04 with kubuntu 7.10
> > Yes, it is like dualbooting linux + windows. I haven't used it for 7.04 +
> > 7.10 myself, only for 6.06 + 7.04. My advice: Use a separate partition
> > for 7.10, the swap partition can be used for both installations. During
> > the installation of 7.10 the swap partition will be reformatted.
> > Therefore you should uodate your 7.04 fstab if it has UUIDs in use.
> > Furthermore, I think it is better not to use a common /home partition.
> > The format of some configuration files might change -- then you might
> > have trouble when using 7.04 again.
> > Nils
> in previous versions of ubuntu, you could insert the install CD for the
> new release and ubuntu would detect a newer release and upgrade, this is
> going to sound like a extremely dumb question, but does ubuntu still do
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