Can I dual boot CloudReady with another OS? Inna Levinson October 01, 2018 16:24 Updated Follow Important : As of June 2018, CloudReady no longer supports dualboot on new installs or updates for devices previously installed in dualboot mode. Read more about the sunsetting of Dual Boot here. Comments 10 comments Sort by Date Votes Ryan Ridenour October 28, 2015 18:10 Will Crouton work? https://github.com/dnschneid/crouton 0 Permalink Ryan Ridenour October 28, 2015 18:19 What if I was to install Ubuntu in a seperate partitiion after CloudReady? 0 Permalink Shawn Hobbs November 16, 2015 13:10 It is possible to dual boot. It takes a little work. But it is possible. I am currently run CloudReady (which is awesome) along side Kodibuntu. The key is to install CloudReady first and then partition the drive. I currently have no issues with CloudReady and still boots up when I select it just fine. 0 Permalink Forrest Smith January 22, 2016 13:49 Here's a preview of official dual boot support: https://neverware.zendesk.com/hc/en-us/articles/215909818 0 Permalink Daniel Escasa March 19, 2016 14:37 Shawn, that becomes something of an issue if you also want to install Windows. Not insurmountable, just a pain. And if you know how to use partitioning software and a boot manager such as GRUB, I don't have to tell you how it's done :) 0 Permalink Joel Lee December 24, 2016 18:51 Edited I think the CloudReady dual-boot installation is not going to fully support BIOS-Based Systems later on. Chromium OS requires the GPT hard disk partition table, Because it has more than 4 Primary Partitions. So, CloudReady Can't dual-boot on an MBR disk. I also think it is nearly impossible to install CloudReady on a MBR hard disk on a extended partition. 0 Permalink David your friend March 14, 2017 21:47 good points about dualboot.. 0 Permalink fretus December 12, 2017 16:22 Point 3 is unclear. Where exactly should the free space be? 1) 32GB of free/unpartitioned space? on the same disk windows is on? 2) 32GB of free space in windows C:\ ? 1 seems logical to me, but the provided information suggest its 2. 0 Permalink Forrest Smith December 12, 2017 20:15 #2 is accurate. The dualboot installer does all re-partitioning on behalf of users and will ignore any unpartitioned/free space. 0 Permalink Richard August 08, 2018 11:34 The link above - Read more about the sunsetting of Dual Boot here. - doesn't go anywhere. 0 Permalink Please sign in to leave a comment.