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The power of Debian and Mandriva together on your PC

If you are a Linux Fan but could not decide which distro is the best for you, try to run two of them in a Dual Boot system, with both Distributions sharing the /home directory so you can have access to your files no matter which distro you boot.

For this step by step guide I used Debian Etch and Mandriva 2007 Spring.

This same tutorial, could be used also to have more than two Linux on your system.

Dual boot with two Linux Distribution

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