Reconfigure to boot from extended partition?
p3nndrag0n at gmail.com
Tue Aug 28 09:22:17 UTC 2007
On Tuesday 28 August 2007 16:53:11 Nils Kassube wrote:
> James Takac wrote:
> > On Tuesday 28 August 2007 03:10:43 Rashkae wrote:
> > > NoOp wrote:
> > > > Thanks! That makes sense.
> > >
> > > I'm glad that helps.... I usually end up confusing even myself when I
> > > try to type out the procedures I use to manipulate boot devices on
> > > multi-drive multi-boot systems.
> > Maybe you know of some tutorials out there that could help us
> > understand all this somewhat better?
> Is one of these what you are looking for?
Depending on what you're looking 4, u may be interested in the following idea.
Don't yet know how well it will work, but suspect it'll do quite well.
If u have the ability to boot from usb drives, why not install each OS to a
separate drive? Hell. U can make usb drives cheap enuf by getting hold of a
drive and placing in a case for usb disk drives at a fraction of the cost of
ready made usb disk drives. And it aint that hard. As I understand it. Each
usb drive will have its own boot info, so u wont need to worry about whether
grub overwites anything since it will write only ro the disk in Q.. Of course
this would mean having a mobo (MOtherBOard) that can handle such. I consider
this somewhat easier that some of the tutorials I've seen out there. But then
again, we each have our own ideas as to what we think should happen
Just an idea to mul over
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