Dual- or triple-booting Unix, Solaris, Linux

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I want to keep sco Unix, Solaris, Linux in a computer hard-disk. How can I make that the dual (at least) or triple boot? Please provide some simple steps.

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The best way to do it is by using a boot loader that can identify all your OS’s and create a boot menu at start up. The best I know is grub. And of course first you have to install each Os to its separate partion then use Grub to boot them all.

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  • Markempee
    I haven't tried to use dual or triple boot for these types of operating systems. However, I don't really personally advise using dual boot for just a single hard disk drive. It is still better to have a separate computer unit for those operating systems.
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