Right now I have a dual boot setup with Windows 7 and Ubuntu 10.10, both 64 bit. I would like to try archlinux, but I'm afraid it will mess up my grub bootloader, so that I can't get into ubuntu or windows anymore.
If I install archlinux on a new partition, and then use the ubuntu-livecd, can I just run update-grub to fix everything? If not, what do I need to do to keep my current setup and add archlinux?
Thanks in advance!
Update It worked out! Just install archlinux on a new partition, if it asks for a bootloader, skip it. Then the grub menu stays the same, so you can log into ubuntu and run update-grub.