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How to dual boot Windows XP and Ubuntu

Scenario: You want to install Linux on your system which is already running Windows XP. APCmag have the answer.
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Dualbooting Windows XP and Linux when Windows is installed first is by far the easiest method of dualbooting, because most up-to-date Linux distros are very aware and accommodating of other operating systems, and GRUB is an excellent and highly flexible bootloader.

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