Bruce Gilbert wrote: > Has anyone installed Fedora or another Linux installation while > primarily running Windoes Vista? > I'm running Ubuntu and Vista on a single 80-gig drive. It's not significantly different with Vista than it was with XP. Here's the basic steps I took: 1. Using qtparted from a linux rescue disc, create a 60-gig ntfs partition at the end of the disc, and leave the 20-gig at the beginning unpartitioned. If Vista is already installed and you don't want to reinstall it, resize the partition and move it to the end of the disk instead, then go to step 3. 2. Run a normal Vista install onto the 60-gig partition. 3. Run a normal Ubuntu install using the unpartitioned 20-gig space. At this point the GRUB menu lets you select Ubuntu or Vista, with Ubuntu as the default and a 10-second timeout. Customize as you like from there.