I've got a question regarding dualbooting openSUSE and Windows...
I'd like to install openSUSE Leap 42.1 on my machine alongside Windows 10, Is there a way to do this using the Windows bootloader?
I've tried a few times but there were really 2 outcomes: SUSE hijacked the bootprocess anyway or left my PC unbootable (installed Xubuntu over SUSE to get it to boot again, then put windows back into the MBR, left xubuntu unbootable, but hey, Windows booted again)
What are the options I need to set (or unset?) in the SUSE installer to achieve this?
Btw: This is my current partitioning setup:
350MB Windows Boot Partition NTFS 380GB Windows Install Partition NTFS 90GB Linux Extended partition 25GB Linux Root Partition ext4 60GB Linux home Partition XFS 3GB Linux Swap Partition swap 450MB Windows Recovery Partition
Why use the windows bootloader, you ask?
Well, I really need windows (MultiSim, Xilinx ISE Design suite,...) , on a daily basis almost, so I can't afford to mess up my bootloader because I was tinkering with it. That's why I want the windows bootloader to be in charge. I can't mess it up, if I mess up my Linux, sure I'll reinstall, but windows will always remain bootable.