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Jan
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comment Can I dual boot two Linux distros with common boot partition?
I have no issues running two distros with one /boot patition at all. The key point is to install one bootloader to MBR and the other one to either other disk or to a partition on the same disk. I have Ubuntu 14.04 with Mint 17.3. Every time, ubuntu updates its kernel it picks the latest mint at the end and puts it as last menuentry. The / are separate LVs anf /home is common.
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answered Creating properly aligned partitions on a replacement disk
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answered warning: setlocale: LC_ALL: cannot change locale
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answered Locale settings are not right. How can I reset them?