Simple answer, yes. Hard answer, yes.
If you set up a partition, and remember a couple things like swap space
to be used, a shared drive between the two, and if you use separate
partitions for anything like slash and home, then that's about it.
You'll be installing whatever distro you use on the third partition,
after EFI and HFS+ (usually SDA3). Drop in your installer disk, and
treat the third partition (unless you have others on there for some
reason of course) as it's own drive.
Go through the setup and partitioning as you normally would and you're done.
I can't stress enough that you have to start with the "empty space"
after HFS+ or your shared drive if you already have one, along with
remembering the total space you'll be wanting for all of your splits
after the install. It's much easier to plan a little ahead, and take
your time, instead of getting it the way you think on the fly, and
realizing you ran out of space, or wrote to the wrong partition.
On 05/01/2012 07:34 PM, Christopher-Mark Gilland wrote: