Definitions

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  • adj. Having several operating systems available, such that any of them can be selected each time the computer is booted.

Etymologies

multi- +‎ boot (Wiktionary)

Examples

  • I have friends who have to multiboot their Macs with slightly different OS versions so they can run software on one version and printer or scanner devices off another.

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  • I get Xen working, though; it was painless now that NetBSD's boot loader can do multiboot kernels, meaning I didn't need to mess with GRUB; I just installed the xen tools, and a xen kernel, and a NetBSD/xen kernel, then added the following line to /boot.cfg:

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  • What I want to do is install all four Linux distributions and multiboot them.

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  • I suspect there is something I missed in the multiboot configuration but have no clue as to what it might be.

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  • I have other computers that are able to multiboot just fine with linux and windows using other boot loaders like grub or lilo.

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  • TrueCrypt: Encrypt multiple OS in a multiboot partition (another scenario)

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  • I'd tried using multiboot options but is seems not to be easy to do. (because of the Grub?)

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  • I multiboot windows7 and ubuntu 10.04 on my intel core duo, 1gb ram, 80gb hard disk laptop.

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