Sorry for the subject line, but this is what I want to do...
I have 2 HDs on my box. On the bigger one I have 2 operating systems: on the C: partition I have WIN98 and on the F: partition I have WIN2000 . On the D: (which is also the smaller HD) partition I want to install Linux (SUSE 8.0) and only Linux (no other OS).
The question is: how do I do this with out damaging the other partiotions? how do I do it so Linux will boot correctly?
I've heared that one should not first install Linux and than NT becuse this blows the Linux installation away. If I try to install Linux on the other HD (as said: the D: partition) will it give me a boot menu later so I can choose what I want to boot?
I would have tried it on my own but I don't want to destroy everything I have...
I would be happy to get some information from you guys.
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