I think you will need to download the Alternate Kubuntu CD but, not real sure. I'll do some more checking. Also, you do NOT want the installer to put GRUB in any Master Boot Record (MBR).I think you'd be safe to put GRUB in the same partition as the root (/) of your Kubuntu (it's just a bunch of files under /boot and /boot/grub that you do not have to use if you don't want to).Ultimately, though, you pretty much have to figure out what EasyBCD requires of you here.One other thing. You do know that using the alternate Kubuntu CD is from command line?You might want to go to the Ubuntu forums and ask around. Here's the link: http://ubuntuforums.orgHere's
another site that might help: http://www.linuxload...d=32&page=1This
is from some one I met on another forum:"I believe you can use the regular Live installation CD.As I recall (its been a few months), you choose the manual or custom install method (NOT the automatic method). Then there are 6 steps it takes you through. In Step 5 or Step 6, at the lower right corner, there will be a button called Advanced. Your GRUB option is there (ie, where to put GRUB). Put it in the same partition as you put the Kubuntu root (/) files, and youll have to know the notational designation for that partition, like (hd0, 3) if thats where / is, or whatever. In this notation, remember that counting starts at zero.Example: (hd0, 3) is the first hard drive (ie, (hd0)), the 4th partition (thats the 3 since the counting would be 0, 1, 2, 3 for the 4 th partition). The second hard drive is (hd1), and so on.Iin general. Advanced, custom, and rescue options are on the Alternate CD. But for what you need here, if you catch that subtle
Advanced button, you should be alright."