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Unix and Windows95 on same PC ?

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Is it possible to have both UNIX (say SCO System 5) and Windows95 on a single PC? If so, how?
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I dont know about sco but other Unix's like linux can be installed on the same pc as windows 95. Each one have to have it's own disk partition.
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Yes , install sco on one partion and install windows 95 on the other partion.make sco partion active .at booting at  the : prompt hit return for sco and type dos <ENTER> for the dos partion which will have windows95
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by:arumugham
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thanks to both avivl and ginawi. avivl's answer and ginawi's comment have given me hope; but would like more specific steps to take, if possible, from anyone.  I am planning to purchase SCO's system 5 (already have win95).  Thanks again.
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