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Re: Fun abusing grub...

From: Christopher Caldwell
Subject: Re: Fun abusing grub...
Date: Sat, 15 Oct 2005 18:50:29 -0400 (EDT)


The major thing preventing me from installing more was simply the amount
of disk space on this poor thing.  I wanted to have reasonably full
installations (since this is a reference machine).  Given smaller
subsets of the varios OSs, I could surely have done more...

I would like to have installed Solaris, OS2 and perhaps a few more Windows
like thingies but it wasn't going to happen.

In any case, to the coders (and contributors) of GRUB, I thank you!


On Sat, 15 Oct 2005, Yoshinori K. Okuji wrote:

On Saturday 15 October 2005 06:59 pm, Dennis Clarke wrote:
On 10/15/05, Christopher Caldwell <address@hidden> wrote:

I didn't try to break any records, but I did try to make a good
reference machine for each of these operating systems and
get real experience about handling real devices.

Enclosed, read the touching tale of my attempts at installing
9 different operating systems under Grub.

This is just a stunning exercise.  Really.  I am amazed that you had
the time and patience to fight your way through this and as far as I
am concerned you probably have the world record for multiple OS's on a
single LapTop.

IIRC, I have seen an article about 12 OSes. This might not have been a laptop,


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