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Erik P. Olsen wrote:
> I am currently running a Fedora 10 system, raid1 and 32 bit. I have build a
> Fedora 11 preview system, this time 64 bit, on the disk from which I boot
> F10. I have not been able to chainload F11 from F10's grub.conf. Is it at
> all possible to do that or is there a conflict between the 32 and 64 bit
> systems which prevents the chainload?

have you considered adding f11 to your f10's /boot/grub/grub.config'?

all you need to do is copy and past your f11's 'title' and next 3 lines
to bottom of your f10's grub.conf and select at boot which you want.

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