On 04/12/18 00:13, Richard Kimberly Heck wrote:
>
> For reasons connected with LyX development, I need to install Windows 10 on 
> one of
> my machines. It is already running Fedora 27, and my intention is to install
> Windows 10 on a separate SSD. I've not done this in a long time, and, as I 
> recall,
> in the past, it was by far best to install Windows first. (That's what Google
> thinks, too.) But it's too late for that, and I'd really rather not have to
> re-install Fedora.
>
> I take it the main issue here is getting GRUB back up and running. Can somone 
> give
> me hints how to do that?
>

If at all possible I would take the VM route.

Second to that, if I were going to be putting it on a separate SSD I would just
change the boot order in the BIOS and just boot from whatever drive I'd be 
using. 

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