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How many OS's are you booting?

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AndrewB's picture
Joined: 2005-12-18
You can get ext 2 /3

You can get ext 2 /3 drivers for MS Windows, how ever they are not so stable and often make Windows versions crash.......

tbuitenh's picture
Joined: 2005-12-21
How about using a NAS for

How about using a NAS (network attached storage, please add to tooltip thing) for sharing your data between OSes? You get to share it between computers as a bonus.

AndrewB's picture
Joined: 2005-12-18
Also, NTFS can now be

Also, NTFS can now be writen to [with recent kernels]. I can not varify if it is stable enough Eye

Joined: 2007-06-27
Quad booting?

I bought a 200GB hard drive for the express purpose of test-driving multiple distros. My preferred distribution for the past two years or so has been BLAG (I switch back and forth between the current 60000 and 69999 Alpha), but I also periodically boot Fedora (currently 7) and the latest Linux Mint. So here, in order of most frequent use:

BLAG 69999 (based on Fedora 7)
BLAG 60000 (based on Fedora 6)
Linux Mint 3.0
Fedora 7

libervisco's picture
Joined: 2006-05-04
Cool, that's quad booting

Cool, that's quad booting indeed. Smiling

Most I got to was a triple boot, but I've got an 80GB hard drive. At the moment it's barely a dual boot, Ubuntu plus a set of partitions for another distro waiting to be tested (easylfs or something).


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