I've recently put together a nice computer system that has an I7-960 processor, 24 Gb ram, graphics card with 1 Gb DDR3 memory, wireless card, a 1 Tb hard drive, 20" monitor, and keyboard/mouse in an Antec 902 Gamer case with Antec 1000w power supply.
I initially loaded Fedora 14 and had no issues with the 32-bit DVD install. I thought I'd try installing the 64-bit install, and had no problems with it -- but did notice a drop in available
Question is this: can I put a 2nd disk drive (1 Tb or higher) into my case and install both versions of Fedora 14, one on each drive? I've seen write-ups on doing dual-boot with
Windows 7, but I'd like to do the same with two versions of Fedora and be able to switch
between the two.