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I have a Toshiba laptop A200 can i download linux operating system with windows vista.now i have vista bauilt in i want both of them vista&linux.is there any problem if i installed linux.it will support my system.
my system configurations are
Intel centrino duo 1Mb ram
120 GB Hdisk
Well, yes. Why wouldn't you be able to? You're just downloading files, Windows isn't going to care (or know) what they are. Also, I assume by "Red Hat Linux", you're talking about Red Hat Enterprise Linux. If, however, you actually do mean Red Hat Linux (i.e. version 9 and earlier), please download a newer version (like Fedora, or RHEL), because all the releases of Red Hat Linux are now past their end of life and so won't receive any support or updates.
Yes you can download linux with vista, its like downloading any file. Make sure you download the .iso image file. After the download is complete you will want to burn and Image, dirrect your burning software to the .iso and burn the Image.