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In reading my Redhat book, it says you can install off the downloaded ISOs without burning them.
if you boot off either a boot disk or whatever bootable media you have and at the welcome promt type "linux askmethod", without the quotes it will give you a screen that will ask you fwhat type of install you want to do. It says Hard Drive will be an option.
After that I have no clue - but it's anaconda so it should be fairly straightforward.
Why you hate microsoft? I think that the first OS you hat in your machine it was windows. Linux it's isn't best that windows. And windows isn't best too. They are just diferent. There are space for both!
maybe he hates MS for different reasons. Maybe he's upset with their dominance and monopoly of the market for so long or maybe he's upset because of all the loose security holes in their operating system but whatever the case why do you seem inclined to know? Everyone has their own reasons.
Because I don't see any reason for anyone to hate Microsoft or Apple. The dominance of microsoft doesn't make me any difference. I can choose, for me it is enough.
The guilt of microsoft dominance it's not of microsoft it's of people (95%) who use it OS. Linux it's just one more possibility, but not for everyone. Linux has a long way to do in the 95% windows users direction.
why do you even care if i dont like microsoft
whell heres the reason i dont like microsoft [list=1][*]windows is full of big huge gapeing security holes wich the dont bother to fix until mounths after the hole is found[*]Windows xp pro is about 200$$ at bust buy linux is mostly free[*]there is hardly no software bundled with windows[*]There are so many viruses on windows that it would take me the rest of my life to say all of them[*]microsoft is intels bust buddy i am an amd fan[*]hardly any drivers are bundled with windows as for most linux distros 90% of my hardware works on the drivers that were supplyed[*]there is no apt-get or yum for windows so you have to upgrade everything by hand[*]bill gates has enough money to give every person in the united states 200$ and still have enough left over to be a millionare[*]the two things i do like about windows is the games and direct x[/list=1]
infact i would bet that most of the people in these forms only use windows for games