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Distribution: Debian Sid AMD64, Raspbian Wheezy, various VMs
Originally Posted by factoryskate
i download fedora but not good in my VirtualMachine
how create workgroup VM + my pc ?
I can assure you that the Fedora ISO images do work in virtual machines (as well they ought!) just fine as I use them all the time.
Please type in full exactly what problems you are experiencing and, perhaps, somebody will be able to help.
i newbie here, i like download linux iso for test in my virtual machine, thx
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