Looking to multi boot Fedora. CentOS and BSD
I ditched windows in earnest back in October and floated around from *nix Distribution to *nix Distribution tryin every thing from Ubuntu to NetBSD and even Slackware, Until a couople of weeks ago when I settled down into Fedora 8 code named WearWolf then after acouple of wearwolf reinstalls i upgrade the last one ran int some problems with it and decide to preserve My data on /dev/sdb1 and do a fresh installation of Fedora 9 (sulphur).
My partitio tables are as follows
sda1 ext3 /boot
sda2 XFS / (works better than every prior instalation on etx2 or etx3 file systems for rot)
sda4 extended (will be used to add Cento Os and possibly NetBSD or FreeBSD)
sdb1 /home ext3
Is it possible to boot the BSDS of of an extended partion, and use and mount an EXT3 file system as a home partition?
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