On Sun, Dec 9, 2012 at 4:16 PM, Michael Scherer <misc(a)zarb.org> wrote:
Le dimanche 09 décembre 2012 à 15:18 -0800, M. Edward (Ed) Borasky a
> There's no way I can run my laptop on Rawhide - it's dual-booted with
> Windows 8 Pro and Fedora 18. But I do have an ancient crash-and-burn
> workstation I can run Rawhide on. It's currently dual-booted Fedora 18
> and Linux Mint 14, but I rarely run the Mint part and I could easily
> convert that partition to Rawhide or even blow away Fedora 18 and Mint
> in favor of Rawhide.
What about doing a triple boot, if you share swap and /home, you can get
enough space to install a 3rd distro, no ?
It's not worth the effort - the machine is the first dual-core Athlon
ever built, the USB ports are either dead or 1.1, the NVidia card is
mucked up and it only has 4 GB of RAM. I do most of my testing in VMs
on the 8 GB laptop under virt-manager on Fedora or VirtualBox and
VMware Workstation on Windows. I've also got the Client Hyper-V
feature of Windows 8 Pro on the laptop but it needs a wired network to
function coherently. I'll probably haul the workstation down to
FreeGeek and just make the laptop my workstation. Rawhide's fine in a
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