# Ubuntu – Where to install bootloader when installing a second Linux OS

I want to try Bodhi Linux (which is very close to Ubuntu) beside the already installed Lubuntu Quantual (which was in a dual boot with WinXP). So, I want a 3-boot: to chose between these three at boot.

I have shrinked Windows partition, created a 7 GB new one and want to put Bodhi there.

But didn't took the time to get all the info. Where to put the bootloader?

I have set it to the same partition where I set Bodhi to be installed. It is called /dev/sda4 and is on the same partition table with all the others. But during install it says that setting bootloader there is impossible and I have several options: change location of bootloader, continue without a bootloader and abort installation.

What to do?

Continuing without bootloader would keep the old Lubuntu bootloader and I'll have the 3-boot desired option in grub or what?

Should I follow this answer and others that recommend to put bootloader in /dev/sda or is that just for dual boot?