breaker wrote:That's a good link, but the short answer is, after you add/change/remove an OS or partition, go into Mint 8, open a terminal and run:
This will try to probe for any OS on any drive and add a menuentry that you will see upon reboot. Sometimes the boot menu is supressed, and you need to hold SHIFT to see it when you start the computer.
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Jonny87 wrote:Thanks for you help guys.
I'm under the impression that if I was to put another Linux system (say Ubuntu/Debian for example), on a different drive it would be easier and less complicated than putting Windows on there. Is that correct?
breaker wrote:Just make sure you use the advanced settings in the installer to tell Ubuntu where to go and to make sure you don't install a boot loader (grub) again, and yes, that should work.
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