"I'm far from a Linux expert, but I have managed to learn enough
about it to be dangerous, and maybe even helpful on occasion. So I
thought I'd put together a little 'how-to' on installing Red
Hat/Fedora on a system that already has Windows XP on it.
"My suggestion to anyone wanting to dual boot Windows and Linux
is to use two separate hard drives; one drive for Linux, and one
drive for Windows. This just makes things easier, though it's
really not any harder on system with one drive and multiple
"Like I said, this guide is going with the assumption that you
already have Windows installed, and that it resides on a separate
hard drive than what you will be using for Linux..."
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