Hi, fedora has recently been tested (again) and compared against other distributions (Ubuntu and OpenSUSE) by c't, a german IT magazine from the heise publishing house. Among other criticisms one thing was really annoying: When a user installs fedora on a machine with windows installed (common use case) it detects that installation and offers to add it to grub. But installing fedora on a box with an already present linux distro installation will yield that installation removed from grub. I understand that the bootloader is a part of the distro and its configuration gets changed e.g. during kernel updates, but is there really only the answer to remove one distribution completely? Do we really want to support Windows as second OS more than OpenSUSE or Ubuntu (or CentOS, or Debian, or Gentoo, or ........) At least the anaconda team should consider printing a warning about one OS going to "be lost" during install and how to recover. Any thoughts on that?
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