triple-boot question

- - s r b - - srb-sKcZck+fQKg at
Fri Jul 30 14:12:52 UTC 2004


I've currently got windows xp on the first partition, and Fedora Core 2 
on another partition. GRUB is installed on the MBR. I want to install 
Red Hat on another partition. When installing it, should I just select 
to install GRUB again on the MBR? Will it properly detect the existing 
Fedora installation and include it in the boot menu?

OR, should I select to install GRUB into the Red Hat root partition, and 
then just edit the GRUB.conf file that resides in the Fedora partition? 
In THIS case, do I need to install GRUB a second time at all?? Can I 
then merely skip that part of the installation for Red Hat??

Thanks for any pointers!


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