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Old 05-03-2007, 11:43 AM   #1
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Thumbs up Running Linux on XP-using my Toshiba laptop.

It run so smoothly, especially if there is internet connection. This is a novel way to configure Linux into your system. Credit go much to this guy.
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I agree it is a VERY nice tutorial.
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Originally Posted by mjolnir
I agree it is a VERY nice tutorial.
Did you tried it yet? I am having problem with samba: communicating Ubuntu to Window...I was trying to communicate the two offline. I think it's safer to use Google for online communication between the two, rather running the Winspc. Any suggestions? I think I have problems on my XP home edition, and I try to find out what is the problem with's going to be hard.


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