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dual boot fedora 28 / with fedora labs

asked 2018-08-06 13:33:01 -0500

LDBarnes gravatar image

Dear Sirs, I have Fedora 28 installed, I would like to dual boot with Fedora Labs, do I have to use gparted or some other drive parting tool prior to install? I have the ISO for labs and tried to use it in "Boxes" but the font is too small for these old eyes. I have already been on the Internet to search and have found nothing that helps. Thank you kindly

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answered 2018-08-07 04:34:25 -0500

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The easiest is probably if you can install Fedora Labs on a second disk. During installation, make sure you deselect the old disk and let the installation procedure only use the new blank disk.

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Thank you for your help, appreciate it. I ended up just installing Security Labs. The really nice feature that i was concerned with was separating normal operations from elevated. Default install does this, unless I "su" in terminal I have no access to software installation or to be able to run some of the software, and as a "normal" user and no SUDO which is a really good idea.
It runs XFCE and for my cheap laptop it is perfect.

LDBarnes gravatar imageLDBarnes ( 2018-09-02 15:18:49 -0500 )edit

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