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Hello Folks. I am a somewhat disaffected Ubuntu user and have a dual boot setup being XP & Ubuntu. Is it possible to configure a three way boot setup. I would appreciate it if someone could point me in the direction of some guidance notes (or something). Many Thanks.
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Of course it is! You just install Mint and it will pick up the other two and add them as choices to your boot menu. No magic required.
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