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D. Longfield

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Hi there,

Name's David Longfield. Glad to join the Linux community. I use various distros (Ubuntu, Mint, CentOS, Fedora, Manjaro, Parrot, etc.)

Hope to help some of you out and hope you can help me out.

By the way, for anyone who's interested, we've created an online course about how to create a Multiboot USB Linux pendrive. The course is also a good introduction to Linux in general. Have a look:

https://www.udemy.com/linux-switchblade/?couponCode=LINUX_10
https://www.udemy.com/linux-switchblade/?couponCode=LINUX_10
If anyone is interested to review our course, let me know and you could get the course for FREE. Also if you have any questions, let me know. :)
 


snetzel

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Hi David, I have been trying for the longest to create Multiboot (Linux & Windows 10 on my desktop. I am trying to learn how to work with Linux but I can load it with out formatting my hard drive. It would be good to get some help
 

CptCharis

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Hi there,

If anyone is interested to review our course, let me know and you could get the course for FREE. Also if you have any questions, let me know. :)
Hello @D.Longfield, Your course present a way to make a multiboot USB from CLI or r you using your own graphic app.?
 

atanere

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Hi David, I have been trying for the longest to create Multiboot (Linux & Windows 10 on my desktop. I am trying to learn how to work with Linux but I can load it with out formatting my hard drive. It would be good to get some help
Hi @snetzel, and welcome to the forum. Please open up a new thread to start a discussion on how to help you set up a dual boot environment on your desktop (provide some hardware details, like brand/model, how much RAM, etc). The Getting Started forum is a good choice... in fact, if you look around there, you might find some adequate instructions there already. But we'll be glad to assist if you need it.

Cheers
 

D. Longfield

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Hello @D.Longfield, Your course present a way to make a multiboot USB from CLI or r you using your own graphic app.?
Hey there! Currently the course teaches how to create a multiboot Linux drive inside of Windows, as the course is geared toward Windows users who want to migrate to Linux.

We will be adding lessons showing how to do the same inside of Linux using Gparted and another 3rd party tool.
 

D. Longfield

New Member
Hi David, I have been trying for the longest to create Multiboot (Linux & Windows 10 on my desktop. I am trying to learn how to work with Linux but I can load it with out formatting my hard drive. It would be good to get some help
Firstly you would need to create a separate partition for the hard disk and then install Linux onto that partition so that you don't accidentally wipe out Windows. Our course shows how to create partitions inside of Windows.

Did you have a look at the intro video?
 

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