I've downloaded Kubuntu 13.04
.iso from their site. Unfortunately this version doesn't provide auto installation as
Install Kubuntu alongside existing OSes. They either take all you disk of force you to manually partition your disk (see my question http://askubuntu.com/questions/319389/where-to-find-the-latest-kubuntu-13-04-with-autoinstaller).
I choose 'manual' option. And I don't understand where do I need to place boot loader.
I have such a picture of my disk as Kubuntu shows. I want to install Kubuntu in a
free space sector (it is 65 Gb):
/dev/sda /dev/sda1 ntfs /dev/sda2 ntfs /dev/sda5 ntfs /dev/sda6 fat32 /free space
ntfs sections (
/dev/sda5) are Windows OSes:
/dev/sda1 is C:/, this one is considered as a main I think and it is Win XP /dev/sda2 is D:/ /dev/sda5 is F:/
/dev/sda6 is just an empty shared partition formatted as
1) where do I need to place a
boot loader to have a dual-boot system? Kubuntu offers me all my those
/dev/sdas without any help, without any hint.
2) Do I need to install and set up GRUB manually or Kubuntu will do it itself?