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Triple Booting?

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Strange question and not sure it can even be done. I know you can do a dual boot and I got that working, but I want to do Windows XP, Fedora Core 6, and Ubuntu. I know I need to install XP first, but then what? Is it possible to have to different versions of Linux installed? I tried to do XP, then Ubuntu, and then Core, but when I do that Ubuntu vanishes from the loading. And help you can provide would be greatly appreciated. Thanks so much!
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