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Jan
22
comment Adding archlinux to dualboot without messing up grub
Thanks for your answer. I don't mind Arch becoming my primary OS, as long as I can boot into my other OSs. You say I can change this by booting into Ubuntu and installing grub again, is this possible from a livecd? Or do I have to setup Arch's grub before, so I can boot into Ubuntu? And if I understand correct, I probably don't need to do this if Arch's grub just finds my Windows and Ubuntu partitions, right? Thanks for the links you provided.
Jan
22
comment Adding archlinux to dualboot without messing up grub
@BrunoPereira I will backup everything before I attempt anything. But I think it will take a lot of time to setup everything in vbox, because I need to install Win7 and Ubuntu too, before I can check if grub works (I think). And I want to know if archlinux supports my hardware, I don't think that is possible in vbox.
Jan
22
asked Adding archlinux to dualboot without messing up grub