[SOLVED] Triple boot: Windows 7, Windows XP, Red Hat Linux 5.3
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 29, 2011
If possible, I would like to install three OS in one disk split into any partitions possible, Win 7 & XP and Red Hat Linux.
Can I do that and if so, how?
Thank you all in advance...
P.S. So far I tried installing Win7 first, then Win XP and then Linux (without a grub bootloader, so I can keep the Windows 7 one). No luck, as I couldnt find a way to make the Linux OS readable by EasyBCD.
[SOLVED] Windows 7, Red Hat Linux, Subversion, and TortoiseSVN
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 28, 2012
here is my question. We have Subversion server on Linux RedHat, subversion clients are on Windows 7. We use tortoiseSVN on Windows, I have two questions
1) can we use tortoisesvn on Windows to connect to subversion server on Linux? we try to commit our individual repositories to the subversion server on Linux.
2)If not, do I need to use either samba or tightvnc?
If your answer for number 1 is yes, would you please show me the way? I highly appreciate your help.
mount windows drive in red hat linux 5
location: linuxquestions.com - date: January 30, 2011
i am sumit.
i m new user of linux.i m install linux 5 with windows xp sp2.i want to access windows drive but i not accessed .so plz give guide to access drives in linux 5 .
Install Red Hat Linux 7.3 on drive D of a Windows 98SE.
location: linuxquestions.com - date: July 11, 2008
The windows d drive has been formatted. When I try to partition I see only
hda which I think is The windows "C" drive which I do not want to change.
How do I get to hdb where I want to load Linux on?
Windows Partition Split For Room To Install Red Hat Linux 9.0
location: linuxquestions.com - date: December 31, 2003
I have had windows for a while but I am to the point I want to learn Linux (for many other reasons too) and I am sick and tired of Microsoft and there crappy stuff....
Well a while back my computer crashed and I lost everything... Well Microsoft only sent me "Restore Disks" (my computer had pre-install with Windows XP so I had no install disks)...
Well I just re-installed windows using those disks (thats all I have)... But, that install will only install if it can format and re-partition my harddrive... It makes 2 partitions one a restore partition and the other (the REST of my hard drive) is the Windows partition...
I cant make room for linux... I tried using the free program "Partition Resizer" but it tells me that the two partitions overlap so it dose not read either of them...
I have to leave windows on my computer for other members of my family....
How can I fix this?
not able to mount windows drive in linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: October 4, 2010
Not able to mount windows drive & foder, in linux. i have got following error.
mount error 92 = Protocol not available
Thnx in Advance.
How to install Red Hat Linux 5 and Windows server 2008
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 10, 2011
My System Specifications are Intel Pentium Dual core processor E5300, 1024MB DDR2, 320GB Hard drive.
I want step by step procedure for Installing Windows server 2008 and RedHat Linux5, can anyone help me plz..................
sharing internet from a windows 98 machine to a Red Hat Linux machine
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 2, 2003
i want to share internet from a windows 98 machine to my
RedHatlinux 8.0 machine. please tell me how it is posible?
i have a usb scanner & a usb printer also, can i make them run in
thanks in advance.
How to install Red hat linux on External hard drive ?
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 5, 2009
I know this quetion is posed by few people. But i am learner and recently started using red hat linux in university. I want to practice at home on my laptop. I had few issues?
1) My laptop had Vista and file system on INTERNAL DRIVE (laptop) is NTFS and i dont want to make any changes to it.
2) Now i bought (Iomega) 360 gb external network hard drive USB , the file system is FAT32.
My question is; If had to install red hat linux on external drive do have to convert filesystem from FAT32 to NTFS (because my INTERNAL DRIVE filesystem is NTFS).
2nd question "do i have to format my external drive because red hat linux needs less GB (honestly i dont know how much space it takes ,it will be appreciated even for this answer)".
3rd question "do i have to create separate drives on my external drive ?" will it be ok if i use one of the drive of external drive to store red hat linux ?
4th question "i want to install Linux on one drive and other drives
Red hat linux ws 4u5 vs windows 7
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 2, 2010
I am trying to install Red Hat WS linux 4u5 in my system Windows 7 64-bit in order to have a dual boot. Please help me to do the right instalation.
Thanks in advance.
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