Multi disk and multi OS

  • Elverion
Posted: Sun, 11/16/2008 - 15:13
Hello everybody, I just saw the 64 studio project and I'm interested in it. Only one problem : my hard and software configuration. At the moment, I'm running 2 OS : - Windows NT ( almost not used ) - Debian SID ( used every time ) They both are on my primary disk ( 160 GO SATA ). I would like to install 64 studio on an IDE disk ( already installed and recognized ) without loosing the Grub to use the other systems. At the end, I would like to have a Grub ( or LILO ) menu that give me the choice between the 3 systems ( Windows, Debian and 64 studio ). What is the best solution? Installing 64 studio on my disk and adding it on my debian SID grub or installing the 64 studio boot system? Regards, Elverion

Grub

  • Quentin Harley
  • 05/24/07
  • Sun, 11/16/2008 - 18:47
64 Studio should "see" both of the other OSes during the grub menu generation of the installation. If not, choose not to install grub, and add it to your Sid grub. Should work. Cheers, Quentin