Current HOWTO: The Linux ``Linux-DOS-Win95-OS2'' mini-HOWTO
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The Linux ``Linux-DOS-Win95-OS2'' mini-HOWTO
Mike Harlan, email@example.com
v1.3.1, 11 November 1997
This document presents a procedure to make 4 operating systems co-exist on a single hard disk.
Any damages inflicted on any machine by you as a result of
your reading of this HOWTO is still YOUR FAULT. When you read
about deleting partitions and formatting disks, be smart.
Realize that doing any of the above will result in loss of data.
So, BACKUP SOON, BACKUP OFTEN. This is your second-to-the-last warning.
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