I have suffered from boot configuration a lot. If windows is installed above ubuntu, ubuntu doesn't boot. if ubuntu is installed above windows then windows goes away.
Of course, reinstalling grub fixes these things, but I suppose having a dedicated grub partition is going to help me a lot.
So I have fresh windows installed. I am about to install ubuntu 11.04. But before I install Ubuntu, I want to create a dedicated boot partition first.
I thought creating a separate partition of about 200 mb and mounting it as /boot was called
dedicated partition but it seems it is not.
How to create a dedicated boot partition during ubuntu installation?