Re: [linux-audio-user] what distro do you use?

From: John Mulholland <johnmulholland@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Wed Jul 20 2005 - 17:00:40 EEST

>Last Wednesday 20 July 2005 13:54, John Mulholland was like:
>>I have found a great piece of software called Bootit NG that allows me
>>to easily try out a few different distros all on the same machine. You
>>load this sofware at bootup, it then extends the Master Boot Record of
>>your computer. This allows you more flexibility with partitions and so
>>on. I am sure this could all be done by an individual distro, buts its
>>nice to be able to have a program which is point and click simple.
>>It's not open source sadly :( but it is shareware, and if I recall, its
>>not too expensive either. I use to use in a test lab to quickly simulate
>>different MS OSes on the same hardware. But dont let that put you off,
>>its very linux friendly!
>What does it do that GRUB doesn't?
I dont really know what GRUB can and can not do, so cant give that
comparison. For those who have an intricate knowledge of GRUB and fancy
doing a comparison. Here is the BING feature list:
Received on Wed Jul 20 20:15:04 2005

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