have any of you mannaged to successfully install linux alongside with windows?

Linux for blind general discussion blinux-list at redhat.com
Sun Oct 31 15:41:51 UTC 2021

Thanks a million Didier,

This is a great handbook. One of the things which discouraged me from 
adopting linux in the past was the lack of easy to follow 
documentations. Everytime I tried, I found myself browsing in highly 
technical documents that sounded like a foreign language to me. This 
handbook seems to avoid this problem.

I will certainly try slint, if it can be used as a live install without 
having to physically install on my hard disc. I will also browse this 
handbook to learn more about slint.

Thanks for this. I will certainly need your help if I install it on my 
hard disc. What I want ideally is the ability to have both linux and 
windows running on the same machine, and I choose which one to start at 



On 10/31/21 4:06 AM, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> Hello Ibrahim,
> this is easily done with Slint, if Windows boots in EFI mode:
> https://slint.fr/doc/HandBook.html
> Cheers,
> Didier
> -- 
> Didier Spaier
> Slint maintainer
> Le 31/10/2021 à 04:18, Linux for blind general discussion a écrit :
>> Hello folks,
>> I have been playing with Linux mint and Accessible Coconut for over 
>> 24 hours. I am getting to like this system. However, When I 
>> contemplated installing on my hard disk, I found the installation 
>> process a little confusing and scary. I always reverted back and 
>> aborted the installation to prevent an unintended damage to my 
>> windows operating system.
>> If any of you have successfully managed to install linux alongside 
>> with windows on the same hard disk, please advise me on how to go 
>> about it safely.
>> Regards,
>> Ibrahim
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