My hard drive have Windows, Ubuntu and Debian installed. For some reason Debian is not showed in the grub list. If I use a bootable grub rescue software, it shows a message like this "Please create a boot partition greater than 200 Mb at the beginning of the disk". What is the size recommended for this partition? "greater than 200 Mb" is not particularly specific. The beginning of the disk contains the Windows partition. I am afraid that creating a Linux made Boot partition could break Windows. Have somebody been previously in this situation?
Model: ATA TOSHIBA-TR200 (scsi) Disk /dev/sdb: 240GB Sector size logical/physical): 512B/512B Partition Table: msdos Disk Flags: Number Start End Size Type File system Flags 1 1049kB 86,8GB 86,8GB primary ntfs 4 86,8GB 240GB 153GB extended 11 86,8GB 87,9GB 1081MB logical linux-swap(v1) 5 87,9GB 105GB 16,8GB logical ext4 6 105GB 116GB 11,8GB logical ext4 7 116GB 131GB 14,8GB logical ext4 8 131GB 147GB 15,5GB logical ext4 9 147GB 198GB 51,7 logical ext4 10 198GB 240GB 41,6GB logical ext4