1001 ways to boot 2 linux distros -- which one is easiest/most correct

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http://crunchbang.org – I`m allowing myself to disagree with some of the advices you get here.  I would decide which distro should be considered the main distro, and have that distro to control the grub of the others. It doesn`t really mather which order you install them by, as long as you ensure that you only install grub to MBR with your main distro, and install it to PARTITION for all the other distros. Then you only have to login to your main distro and run "sudo update-grub" to make all the other distros bootable.There is a big advantage by doing it this way, and that is if you want to test other (HowTos)