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Re: Grub and two distros



Fedora is very likely to recognize the partition in the installation and
add the grub, and to check the type of grub partitions have been
installed.

Gustavo Eli Pelcastre H.

> I think I may have solved the mystery of my wireless problems - I'll
> report
> back in a few hours when I'm more sure.  Meanwhile, I'm now about to
> reinstall
> Fedora.  I'd like, if possible, to keep Linpus Lite, as I found that
> having
> the easy interface on the EeePC was very useful when strangers were
> curious
> about it.
>
> Linpus appears to be using about 8GB, so I figure that if I shrink its
> partition to 12GB that should be plenty for anything I'll ever need.  I'll
> then do a custom install of Fedora.  I've not done a dual install like
> this
> before (apart from windows dual-boot).  Can I expect that grub will
> recognise
> and set up the Linpus installation, or am I likely to have to do some
> jiggery-
> pokery to get things going?  If there are any problems I want to know
> about
> them before I start :-)
>
> Anne
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