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Feb 23, 2006, 20:30 (1 Talkback[s])
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"So how do you keep a sweet running SUSE/HP 64-bit notebook and still review 32-bit Linux versions? I could use a second machine. I could load Linux in different partitions.

"My solution was to buy a second hard drive and swap it in for the job. This worked out well because I could load the new Linux version (not taking advantage of anything 64-bit) on the notebook, test things, then swap my original disk back in when finished. As an added benefit, perhaps the 'test' disk could then be shoved into one of my non-Athlon antique laptops for additional tests.

"Can you take a disk with Linux on it and use it in two totally different machines? I guess we'll see..."

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