Tip: Dual-booting Linux
Build your own dual-booting Linux system on a single hard drive. This comes in handy for development and testing -- as well as for customer support. You say that you don't have oodles of boxes to work with? No worries -- installing multiple instances of Linux on a single box is a cinch, as you'll soon discover in this tip from IBM interns.
(Submitted by Maria Fri May 10, 2002 )
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