My wife recently asked for advice about implementing CloudReady at her school. I'd like to install it and play around before I make a suggestion. However, I do not want to erase my main disk as I have spent a large amount of time customizing my machine. How can I install CloudReady without erasing my disk?
I have read that "With the --dualboot flag on, it will only install if it can find a Windows partition with 32 GB free space"
Does this mean that if i create a 32G ntfs partition, CloudReady will siphon the space from there? Frankly I'm surprised at the lack of support on this subject. I am a linux engineer so technical expertise is no obstacle.
Ultimately I plan on installing CloudReady and writing my own boot-entry so that it exists harmoniously with my other OS's without removing them or adding another disk. How can I accomplish this? Thank you in advance for your help.
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