dual boot on fedora core 3

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But can this problem still occur in fedora core 3? Is it going to in any linux based on kernel 2.6 and any newer kernel, or has it been fixed????

John


>    As long as you don't alter the existing partitions with parted, you
>should have no problem.  The problem (as I understand it) occurs when
>parted rewrites the partition table.  I used Partition Magic to set up
>partitions for FC2 on a machine already running Win XP, and it worked
>perfectly.  During the install, the Windows partitions were detected and
>grub was preconfigured for dual boot.
>    Cheers,
>Gordon Keehn

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