On Tue, 2 May 2000, Jason Corcoran wrote:
> But this involves 5 primary partitions. NOT POSSIBLE unless I use a
> secondary partition. But Mandrake Has a problem any solutions. I will even
> consider different flavours of Linux.
linux doesn't need to be on a primary partition. Linux will happily live
completely within an extended partition (including swap). so create 3
primaries for your other OS's, then 1 extended for linux, and create the
linux /boot, /swap, /, etc.. partitions within that extended,
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