Summary

We live in a multi-OS world. This often translates into a need to run Linux alongside another OS on a single computer. Doing so presents certain challenges, but it can be done. Simple two-OS configurations are usually handled well by Linux installation routines, but doing more requires attention to details—partitioning issues, boot loader configuration, and filesystem handling. You should also know what file formats to use for the best cross-OS compatibility with the files you use. In some cases, the best compatibility can be achieved only by using an emulator. Fortunately, Linux supports many emulators, so chances are good you'll find one that'll do what you want.

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