I have a system with RHEL 8.0. I need to install Debian 9.9 and make the system dual-bootable. Would be grateful for any insight on how to do this especially if it includes specific steps. A second disk will be added for the Debian installation.

(I was hoping that I could somehow add Debian without blowing away RHEL)

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    Debian has online User manuals that may help you. Take a look at: debian.org/doc/user-manuals – mrflash818 May 23 at 14:36
  • Thanks I did check there. It is sprinkled with references to dual-booting but I was hoping for more directions for how to do it. Maybe I missed something? Will keep digging... – beachmouse May 23 at 16:51
  • wiki.debian.org/DualBoot – K7AAY May 23 at 17:52
  • Thanks, I did go there but it talks about dual boot with linux and Windows and I need to dual boot with 2 linux distros – beachmouse May 24 at 12:18

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