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About SinghKing

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  1. I use Kalyway becuase I've never had a problem with it since I'd installed it few months ago. I was having too many problems with iATKOS before I even installed it so i tried Kalyway and it installed without a problem
  2. Triple-Boot OSX on installed OS's

    Managed to Triple-Boot from scratch since i had problems booting OSX on that other PC which is 8 years old But I just got a new 160gb HDD and triple-booted it. I used GParted Ubuntu 8.04 beta live cd and partitioned it three ways, installed them all and used GRUB bootloader. Final results, all working perfectly apart from the SATA RAID Controller which non of the three OS's pick-up, not even Vista when I installed the software that came with it. Thank you for our help -Singh
  3. iatkos Release 2 'you need to restart your computer'

    I had the same prob BUT with Kalyway 10.5.2. But i got around it by installing GRUB Bootloader since i'v got a triple-boot and manually typing in the boot parameters in GRUB menu.lst via Ubuntu
  4. New Kalyway 10.5.2 Release!

    thanks guess i'll give this a try instead of the 10.5.1
  5. Triple-Boot OSX on installed OS's

    Thanks for the reply, I'll give it a shot once I get a copy. I'm not sure about re-installing Ubuntu again, as long as I have the partition for it. I can easily installed 8.10 Herdy Heron once that's officially release. I'll give it a shot and let you know how it goes. -Singh
  6. Hi, I have a Computer with 1 HDD that has 3 partitions which are: Vista, Ubuntu 7.10 and NTFS Data-Disk. The 2 current Operating Systems dont want to be changed and I want to create a new partition, shrinking the Ubuntu and install Leopard whichout re-formating the whole drive. I'v read on the web that most people has installed it from scratch and it's installed in a certain way, but how to install it just on the current structure and keeping the gurb boot-loader. i know that the boot-loader can be changed afterwards to gurb which isn't a problem. -Thankz Singh