RE: Multi-boot sytem advice

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> -----Original Message-----
> From: Russ [mailto:[email protected]]
> Sent: Tuesday, December 09, 2003 12:59 PM
> Subject: Multi-boot sytem advice
> Hi All,
> I am planning on setting up a multi-boot system with 2 HD's. 
> I _think_ I
> know what I want to do, but I would like to throw this out 
> for some advice.
> I just bought this new DELL (3ghz, 512ram, 80gig HD, WinXP 
> home). I also
> just bought another HD (160gig) which I want to add to the system.
> Here's my plan:
> I want to run XP and Win98se on the 80 and I want to run 
> Fedora, SuSE, and
> Mandrake on the 160. I planed on giving the Linux distros 
> each their own
> partition except for /Home and swap. If all share the home 
> directory, will
> they play nice? Will all user data be accessible in all 
> distros? Let's say I
> check my mail in SuSE, will I be able to read it if I boot 
> into FEDORA? I
> would think yes if the same program is used in each distro 
> and the login
> names are the same (this is only a guess)?
> Anyway, any advice would be appreciated.

In A word.. Yes..

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