I've set up a chrooted environment using this tutorial. But the commandline isn't displayed correctly. Instead of the usual user@hostname:/home/user# it displays -bash-4.1$. What programs are needed to get the "default" linux commandline look?
Well, I had a lengthy post written out, and I can't even post it because it says that I cannot post links until I have a post count of 1 and my post count is 0. The thing is, I HAVE NO LINKS IN MY POST! This entire Linux experience has been a colossal waste of time. This has been a horrible experience.
I have downloaded a lot of Linux distros [both 64 and 32 bit], but I seem to have a problem when it comes to installing a 64 bit distro on my desktop gaming computer. My Samsung series 3 laptop [4 core amd cpu] has no problem installing a 64 bit distro, but when it comes to my gaming computer it is another matter.
I have got a DVD-RW on which I'd like to install some linux distros, but I've tried a few(Ubuntu 13.10, Crunchbang, ElementaryOS and some others, don't really remember), but they didn't work, which has me worried that it might not be possible.
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.