Will I encounter problems installing? (Grub, Debian, Windows)
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On 19.08.2012 15:20, Gary wrote:
> I'm looking at installing Ubuntu 12.04 (64 bit), but I already have
> Debian and MS Windows installations (dual boot, GRUB bootloader) on
> the system. I'm quite happy to (actually I would like to) kill off
> the Debian installation, but need to keep Windows. If I do a
> standard Ubuntu install will I get problems? If I need to do
> something special to avoid any problems, what should I do? Thanks
> in advance.
I am triple-booting Debian Testing, Ubuntu 12.04 and Windows 7 without
When you install Ubuntu, you must only look at partitioning so you
won't remove Windows. When Ubuntu is installed, you will be using grub
from Ubuntu. If you don't want Ubuntu to manage grub, tell Ubuntu to
install grub on the partition where it's installed (/dev/sdaX) and
boot Debian and install grub on /dev/sda.
You should also have package os-prober installed on Ubuntu and Debian.
If you want to remove Debian, you can do it in partitioning part of
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