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Nov22-07, 12:06 PM
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With 99.99% prob yes (which means barring any unforeseen unusual unexpected glitch ) .... typically it's quite a bit easier to 1st install win and then linux, linux can handle setting up the bootloader for multiboot without any "issues" unlike win. Before you can do the install need 'just' to get your partitions in order (or if your ubuntu install media has the tools for it, like "gparted" so that you can repartition if need to during the install process without cleaning the system). So is the whole drive in one piece + if some of you ubuntu guys could say a word whether the install media for ubuntu has the partition tools included [RH rules! ]?