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installing linux on windows OS

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pblstone

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Ubuntu, it suits you.

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ubuntu, it suits you.
 

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If you doesn't need the linux desktop but if you want to run linux programs under windwos, you can use andlinux.
http://www.andlinux.org/

It has the adavantage that it doen't need so much resorches as a virtualmachine (vmware or qemu) do.
 

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better use cygwin, small, no need real linux, save harddisk
 

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Hi Guys,

Any info on installing Solaris 10 on Windows (XP)? dual boot to either Solaris or Windows.

Thanks for the help
 

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