Hi,

is there someone who is able to give me some tips on how to do this?

I like to keep my WinXP install with its two partitions and free some space (about 4gb) for installing Backtrack.

Do I need to use a partition resizer under linux or can i use partition magic, cute partition manager or simular for resizing and make partitions for backtrack?

I also like to use OSL2000 bootloader to manage my boots.
I dont want that linux is booting from MBR !!!

Tell me if i understand the installation procedure correctly, I create 3 partitions as backtrack needs, and then run the live CD so i can install backtrack from CD via KDE->System->BackTrack Installer.

Wil this work?

all information is welcome.
Thanks in advance for all reply's.

Regards,
Vaako