"You want to install XP on your machine alongside your existing
Linux installation, on the same drive. You have installed Ubuntu
already. (If you have already have XP installed, keep an eye out
for our upcoming tutorial on how to dual-boot Linux with XP, with
XP installed first.)
"We're going to use the Gnome Partition Editor (Gparted) from
the Ubuntu LiveCD to shrink the Ubuntu partition on the hard disk
and create enough space for an installation of XP. We'll then
install XP, and, because XP overwrites the master boot record,
we'll restore the GRUB boot loader so that either XP or Linux can
be selected at boot time..."
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