This week Lina helps a Linux convert dual boot back into Windows
(she'll explain), and then guides a reader through X in a
successful attempt to configure keycodes.
"Okay, I'll admit it. I installed Linux on my machine so that my
family would stop using my computer all the time. Was that so
wrong? My kids still start up my computer, only to find 'lilo
boot:' - I can't handle the tears anymore! I left the old Windows
partition intact, but when I installed Linux I chose not to enable
it. What can I do now, short of reinstalling everything?"
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