How to run wireless internet on laptops, Running Linux on VMware ete.
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Does this work if I'm running Linux from a Live CD or only if my distro is installed on the HDD? Or does it not matter?
Are you talking about what I said, or about what the OP said,
if you are talking about what the OP said, you run a linux distro in a virtual machine, meaning you have to run it in VMware player or in a different virtual machine
no i was talking abt Relztrah post... i dnt know what u ppl are talking abt, but i had a solution and posted it, thats it... running VM in Windows is a good idea for Linux learners... coz they dnt care abt down sides of Windows, they just want to learn...