wolfb: Running Any Linux in Windows Without a CD-ROM (For Free)
Jun 14, 2006, 07:00 (0 Talkback[s])
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"I have been trying to learn Linux for a while, but I was always
concerned about the partitions, and that it might not work in my
laptop. I have also being playing with the idea of using the VMWare
player, to run a Linux distribution 'inside' my windows, but the
appliances available were not exactly what I was looking for.
"I had also tried some Live-CDs, but my laptop has no internal
CD-Rom, and I hardly ever travel with it..."