NetworkWorldFusion: Windows Cooperating with Linux, Honest!
Jan 17, 2005, 16:45 (6 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Mark Gibbs)
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"We are delirious with joy, or maybe it is just that we've spent
too long staring at the screen... Whatever, we just found the
coolest hack that you just have to check out!
"We're playing with Debian Linux running cooperatively with
Windows. Yes, you might go back and re-read that sentence. This
fascinating system is called coLinux and it allows the Linux kernel
to run as a program or service under Windows 2000 or XP without
using a commercial PC virtualization system such as User Mode Linux