[Bug 210571] 10.3 installer does not offer multi-boot option

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Mon Jun 27 20:02:11 UTC 2016


--- Comment #2 from MMacD <scratch65535 at att.net> ---
Sure, that'd be fine.  On some level it's trivial, I suppose, but I can never
remember how to do it by hand so when I upped to 10.3 the other day it felt as
though I had to really fossick around awhile to rediscover the syntax.

As far as GPT being the default, isn't that bit premature?  I'm thinking of the
fact that W7 and even XP still had millions of seats as of March--between them
about 4X more than W10:

>Windows XP was still running on 10.9% of all desktops as of March 2016, according to stats compiled by Net Applications.  To put that in perspective, according to Net Applications’ figures, Windows XP is still the third-most popular desktop OS, trailing only Windows 7 (51.9%) and Windows 10 (14.2%).

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