Booting Vista Out and Linux Up

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    | Posted 2007-11-08
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Booting Vista Out and Linux Up

To perform an installation of Linux, you will first need to put aside some drive partition space for Linux and its associated files. With Windows XP, this is an easy task. That’s not the case with Windows Vista, but, luckily, Microsoft didn't make it too
Channel Labs offers a step-by-step guide for providing your customers with Linux on Windows Vista PCs.
 
 
 
 
 

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