Dualboot in a different drive


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  • Forrest Smith

    Hi Andre,


    How large is your SSD? Does your main Windows partition have 32GB of free space? If so:


    1) The easiest thing to do is to simply remove the other drive and run the installation .


    2) If that is out of the question, you'll need to run, from the cmd line, 

    sudo python /opt/neverware/auto_install.py --dualboot

    but this will likely gives errors on first pass, so you'll need to post those so we can work through them.


    I strongly encourage you to take the time to yank the second drive - it will almost certainly be faster and easier.

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