Re: Need to install linux on XPS 140
- --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "A. A. Faslur Rahman"
>windows XP to be reside in the same disk. Is it possible to have such
> Hi folks, I would like to install linux in my XPS140. I also want my
> I would also be interested in knowing the hard drive partitioning
>real people who know.
> Thanks in advance. -Faslur
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>Faslur, Linux will comfortably reside on the same hard drive that
Windows resides on providing you have enough hard drive space for both
OS's to comfortably function. Prior to installation of another OS on
your hard drive you should run defragmentation program. During the
Linux installation, if enough space is available, Disk Druid will
permit you to install Linux partitions that will not interfere with
the Windows partition(s). Following installation, Linux will ask if
you want to install a boot loader so you can start either Windows or
Linux from a fresh startup.