I successfully got a triple boot of Vista/Vista/XP. Then I tried installing openSUSE 10.3. Unfortunately, the XP Partition had to go, to install openSUSE (4 primary partitions max), so we'll see how things work out.
I have an HP DV6449us Notebook PC with Windows Vista Home Premium, AMD processor, 2gb RAM, NVidia Graphics. I own Windows XP Professional, which I can successfully install next to Vista for a great dual-boot setup. I also own Windows Vista Business. I'm curious as to whether or not I can triple-boot?
And computer seems to have a problem with Linux. Of course, as you might've guessed, I want to add Linux to the multi-boot setup as well. The Knoppix live cd runs flawlessly, but the Ubuntu both x86 and 64bit editions do not load. I cannot seem to get a running GUI. Linux starts loading, and then goes to a black screen and stops. No live cd or direct install for Ubuntu or Linux Mint. Pooey.
Any help would greatly be appreciated! Thanks!