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hpr1567 :: Multiboot Partitioning with Linux

In this episode I discuss the way I set up partitions on my laptop for multibooting.

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Hosted by Matt McGraw (g33kdad) on 2014-08-05 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: partitioning, Linux, multiboot, sysadmin.
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I like to distro-hop some and try out new things. Sometimes, I want to have 2 or more Linux distros on my system at the same time so I can compare and contrast them. Initially I used a separate /home and mounted it to each distro on my system. This led to config file corruption and I needed a new approach. I hope this will help somebody! Thanks. ~Matt aka @sahg33kdad http://g33kdad.thestrangeland.net

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Original guest blog post on knightwise.com which inspired this episode: http://knightwise.com/the-perfect-partition-setup-for-a-multibooting-system/

Image of filesystem tree: http://thestrangeland.net/images/directory_list.png


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