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How many OS's can be on one hd..?

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How many OS's can be on one hd..?

Postby DeeDon » Sat Nov 17, 2012 4:28 pm

I chatted with a fellow who has 11 OS's on each of 4 hard drives, for "testing purposes".. and I'm wondering what his login page looks like..?
What the most Linux distros anyone has ever put on a hd, with everything still working properly..? I would like to see a screenshot of your login page..
But "oops!", you can't screenshot that page without an OS running.. Rephrase that to "camshot"...
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