Husse wrote:Ubuntu and Mint have to share a partition for /boot.
NO NO NO
That's about the last thing you should do in Linux
It is possible but you need to be an übergeek to do that and you probably run into more problems than for the rest of your computing
Husse wrote:There is an interesting topic somewhere in the forum where scorp123 explains it better
scorp123 wrote:Basically you can copy and paste the relevant sections of each menu.lst file from one distribution to another.
Ubuntu and Mint have to share a partition for /boot.
Husse wrote:The repositories are down at the moment
Husse wrote:Well the repositories were not down too long after my previous post
Regarding the server kernel - no I don't know of any bad behaviour by it
Some say it's faster than the 64 bit version
Compiz and wifi may be a problem as that is not useful in a server, but I don't know how much is changed
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