Hi Prakash,

Yes this is possible, please go to the colinux wiki and search for dual boot and you would get some good documents to do this.

I have done this and it works fine for me. Let me know if you require more information.


On 1/31/08, Prakash Saivasan <prakash.saivasan@gmail.com> wrote:
Hi All,
    Does coLinux help in a situation where i want to boot a already installed linux (in my case a SUSE) from windows ? I have a dual boot setup where linux resides on a seperate partition (partition 4) of my hard disk. I understand from FAQ that this is possible. However some mention about coLinux requiring a modified linux kernel really confuses me. I tried to boot an existing suse kernel (on a reiserFS filesystem) but was not very successful. Before i try my hands on this, I would like to know from experts around if such a kind of setup is possible at all. Also please do let me know if there are any documents that describe this in more detail.
Thanking you
Prakash S

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