Last time I checked, no. At least the /boot partition must be on primary.Can I install Linux on a logical partition?
I have a MBR disk, but I've had 3 primary partition for my work, now I wanna install linux on logical partition. Can linux be installed on logical partition?
I successfully installed Debian 9 on an older computer a year or two ago. I installed on a logical partition and installed my bootloader (grub4dos) on my primary boot partition and it worked fine.Last time I checked, no. At least the /boot partition must be on primary.
What you can do is, resize your other OS primary partition and make a third partition to use as /boot.