I've currently organised my laptop's hard disk using the multi-booting template idea, as shown here:- http://www.linuxforu.com/teach-me/tips-tricks/distromania-a-multi-booting-template/
Currently the 'Distro1' is Ubuntu 9.10 but I would want to add Ubuntu 10.04 as the 2nd Distro in sda7. According to the above article, I would have to install the GRUB on the 2nd Distro's root (/) partition rather than in MBR. Since Ubuntu 10.04 has changed its bootloader to Grub2, will the above multi-boot template idea still work? If not, then how do I achieve what I want (i.e. a multi-boot setup where, in addition to the current Ubuntu 9.10 Distro, I can choose to boot into Ubuntu 10.04?