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Iam using win95
the hardrive set to 1 part.
can i install linux w/o losing win95
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Yes.

You can install linux in a Win95/DOS partition. It simply
appears as a directory when you are using Win95. You can
boot up in Linux using a boot diskette too if you are concerned
about playing around with your MBR (master boot record) on the
harddisk.

Check this URL to get started:
http://sunsite.unc.edu/LDP/HOWTO/UMSDOS-HOWTO.html
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