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Dual boot for linux

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I need to set my computer up to dual boot from 2 drives. On the top drive I want Linux 7.3 and on the bottom drive I want RHEL. Don't ask why, it's a long story and there is reason. If someone could help that would be great. I've tried everything I know. Which to some people probably isn't much. I've looked up dual boot in google, but most dual boots I found are for windows and linux.

Edited by matthewvogt, 16 June 2006 - 08:35 AM.

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Grub can do that, you just list the partitions you want to boot from. I would suggest creating a /boot partition to keep the files separate, then add entries in /boot/grub/menu.lst.
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