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Old 31st December 2010, 17:41
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Default Dual Booting Fedora & CentOS

I've got a brace of drives, one which has Fedora 14 on it (and is the OS from which I write this) and CentOS 5.4 - how can I get them to Dual Boot?

I installed them separately - will I need to edit GRUB and if so how?

Also with CentOS, I'm struggling to install decent graphics drivers (this box has a 9800GT so it should meet all my graphical needs) but there seems to be a lack of info out there even on the CentOS forums.
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