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as a computer tech it shames me to ask this but does anyone have an easy way to install linux as a dual boot sectort i tried partition magic but no luck.

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Which linux are you trying to Dual Boot with?

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red hat 9.0

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Well this is what I what do:

1) Create a Partition
2) Load the partition via the Bios (select it)
3) Then Install Red Hat on the partition
4) After you have installed it, make the bios give you a select screen to chose an operating system when your pc loads. Or you can do it manually by just changing the settings in the Bios.




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