dual booting between Fedora and Ubuntu
im just a new fedora user and i have just installed fedora core 5 on my system... i had an existing linux os before (ubuntu dapper drake), which, by the way, is also just a new thing for me... the problem is that after i installed fedora, grub no longer gives me the option to boot to my ubuntu os.
i have partitioned my 40 gig hard drive in this manner:
6 gigs for /root (active partition)
6 gigs for /home (logical partition)
1 gig for /swap (logical partition)
10 gig fat32 partition for my data backups (logical partition)
250 mb for /boot (active partition)
768 mb for /swap (under lvm)
6 gigs for /root (lvm)
the rest for /home (lvm)
though im not sure about this, i guess i need to edit grub so it could remap my hard drive and add the other os installed, but like what i've said, im not really sure about it... so im really hoping you could help me out on this one. thanks so much in advance!