"Why settle for a dual-boot compuer system when with just a
little more effort you can have a triple-boot system? Our
January 1, 2001 article, Dual-Boot Linux & Windows to Get the
Best of Both Operating System Worlds, discusses (1) creating a
second primary partition in which to install Caldera OpenLinux on a
PC running Windows 98 SE and (2) using a boot manager to select an
OS at system start-up or re-start."
"Today we add the Red Hat 7 Linux distribution as a third
boot-option to the existing dual-boot system created in the January
1 Dual-Boot article. A triple-boot PC with Caldera OpenLinux, Red
Hat Linux, and Windows should be pretty darn slick."
"While MS Windows and Linux are different operating systems
(OSs), Caldera OpenLinux and Red Hat Linux are different
distributions of the Linux OS. However, for the purposes of
discussing multi-boot scenarios here today, different Linux
distributions are referred to as different OSs. That's done in part
because by giving each Linux distribution its own separate root
partition and boot identity, it is in effect treated here as a
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