Thanks for reply. I have following partitions of RH5:
100 MB boot
1024 MB swap
8 GB root
3 GB opt
Did I need another set of above partitions for Fedora.
or I can use same boot and swap partitions for Fedora also.
--- On Wed, 9/7/08, Bob McClure Jr <bob@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
From: Bob McClure Jr <bob@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: Re: install fedora on RedHat
Date: Wednesday, 9 July, 2008, 1:11 AM
On Tue, Jul 08, 2008 at 11:58:17AM -0700, imran shafiq
> Hi All
> How to install a fedora on a machine having Redhat AS 5 with out
> disturbing the Redhat AS 5.
Depends on your disk layout and how much spare space you have. If you
have sufficient unallocated room, set up a separate partition for the
Fedora system. If you have to have a separate /boot partition below
cylinder 1024, you may be able to share your existing one with RHAS 5.
The simplest solution, if you have room in the box, is to install
another hard disk, and install Fedora to that.
After the install, you can modify your grub.conf to boot either
> Imran Shafiq Khan
Bob McClure, Jr. Bobcat Open Systems, Inc.
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