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Old 18th July 2011, 12:55 AM
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Installing BURG under F15 x86_64

Hi. When I was using ubuntu, it was pretty simple to install BURG ( https://launchpad.net/burg ). Haven't start doing anything on Fedora 15, but I'm afraid that it could crash my dual-boot system... So maybe anyone has tried it or some suggestions?
Once I had to use Fedora's rescue mode to reinstall grub, but somehow it didn't went properly, so now I'm a bit confused and afraid of biting it
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Old 17th March 2012, 12:51 PM
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Re: Installing BURG under F15 x86_64

I have this question too!help。

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I tried this page ,but i does not success.
I am from China ,chinese person very like fedora.
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