I'm comfortable installing OS's, but I've never done much with multiboot. I want to test some software that I'm writing against multiple OS's, but VM isn't a great option, as my software uses USB devices which has caused some problems in the VM.
I have been using Windows Home Server (WHS) to back up my machines, and so I have been testing by reinstalling a clean OS install using WHS's recovery process - mostly Win7 32/64 RC and XP.
How hard would it be to configure for multiboot, with Fedora 11, XP and Win7 (ideally 32 and 64), with the intention of using WHS to store different configurations (clean, clean + visual studio, etc)? I understand WHS does not support backup/recovery of Fedora - I don't care about that. I also know that WHS can install on particular partitions.
My understanding is that there are multiboot issues, in terms of which partition the MBR is stored on, as well as conflicts having different versions of Windows on the same machine. I'm hoping someone can help me understand if what I want to do is reasonably do-able and if so, pointers on multiboot setup. If there are better solutions that WHS (understanding this is personal use and I don't have funds for professional solutions), I would like to hear about that as well.