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Posted 59 months ago
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Distribution: Fedora
http://fedoraproject.org/
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I am going to update this to say I don't use Wubi anymore.  I run VMware player under various versions of Windows.  I will run Ubuntu under VMWare.  The player is free with registration and you can download different versions and distributions of Linux from vmplanet.net. For me this is the most pain free way to run Linux when I want to.  My 4 Gig home machine still has a gig of memory left while running Windows 7 as the host OS and Ubuntu 10.4 as the guest OS. At work, it was kind of cool to simulate a primary and backup database.  It was PostgreSQL but just as easily could of been mySQL.  I needed to simulate one going down, then the other, with application level replication.,
Posted 9 years ago
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Distribution: Fedora
http://fedoraproject.org/
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I used to use Fedora.  Now, on those occasions when I run Linux, I prefer Ubuntu. Check out Wubi, which is a Ubuntu installer/uninstaller under Windows. Since I started looking into VMWare, I have also been running Ubuntu in a virtual machine so I can have Windows and Linux on one machine simultaneously.,
Posted 9 years ago
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Distribution: Fedora
http://fedoraproject.org/
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