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[Sticky] Can I Boot Fedora and other operating systems

asked 2018-11-16 10:33:49 -0500

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updated 2018-12-05 07:17:52 -0500

Can I have a Multiboot System with fedora and Another Operatin System... and What are the step to acomplish this...

  1. Can I install Fedora on my computer, and keep Windows?
  2. Can I access my files from Windows from Fedora? What about accessing my Fedora files from Windows?
  3. Can I replace my unsupported Windows installation with Fedora?
  4. Can I install my favorite software on Fedora?
  5. Should I install Windows first, or Fedora?
  6. Can I have Windows installed in UEFI mode (the default for Windows 8 systems) and disable it to install Fedora?
  7. Can I use universal USB creation tools to create Fedora installation media?
  8. The Fedora installer says I don't have enough free space, but Windows says my C: drive has plenty. What's going on?
  9. Is My system UEFI or BIOS?
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answered 2018-11-16 10:35:50 -0500

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The Fedora Multiboot Guide explains using Fedora to enable booting of one or more additional operating systems. The Guide covers the basic principles of GRUB, Fedora's bootloader, and demonstrates configuration of GRUB on both BIOS and UEFI systems.

Fedora can be used as the only operating system on your computer, or you can dual boot Fedora with another operating system. Fedora can enable selection of other options at boot, often with little to no user configuration. Systems that can boot more than two operating systems are referred to as multiboot systems.

  1. Multiboot_Guide

Note : Thx @florian for this Initiative... multiboot-how-to-summarize-experiences..


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