This tutorial will guide you to the installation of the new version of Linux Mint 9 code name Isadora on my Windows XP using VirtualBox. Linux Mint 9 is the latest version of Linux Mint that is based on Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx. Its a very nice distro with Ubuntu stability and usability.
Hello all. I am trying to find out if there will be any linux distro's that will detect raid properly and let you install Linux on it? I have two 64bit Raid 0 PC's that i would like to put Linux on. I have tired Fedora, Mandriva, Ubuntu and on and on with no luck. Note i am still a Linux newbie. I do have Vector Linux on two older machines that don't have raid on them.
MBR (Master boot record) is the default bootloader of Windows. After you install a Linux distro alongside with Windows, MBR will be replaced by the bootloader of the Linux distro (usually Grub or Grub2). If you want to remove the Linux distro out of your computer, the first thing you need to do is to restore MBR.
The Linux Foundation just announced that they have found a solution for the new BIOS of the upcoming Windows 8 PC. In short, if you are to purchase a Windows 8 PC in the near future, you will be able to install your favorite Linux distro on it.
It has never been a problem to install Linux alongside with Windows on store-bought Windows computers.
I have a core 2 duo PC with ASUS motherboard with 2 GB ram and ATI graphic card. I already have Windows XP installed on the PC. I also wish to install 32 bit 1- Linux Mint 13, 2- Mepis and 3- Solus OS while keeping Windows XP default. Kindly inform me how to do that?
i have a zotac zbox nano ad10 i have it connected to a samsung syncmaster t220hd monitor via a hdmi cable for audio and sound, everything else works apart from sound. i have tired ubuntu 11.04, 11.10, 12.04 beta 1, linux mint 12, lubuntu 11.10, and other linux distros all with the same issue but on zotacs website i dont see any linux drivers to help the issue ?
AMD has formally launched the first seven entries in its A-Series & Llano& processor line. The A4, A6, and A8 devices target notebook computers -- 11 of them already announced by HP, including two SUSE Linux ready models -- with dual or quad cores, and TDPs of either 35 or 45 Watts....