Re: bill gates Linux
On Fri, 6 Dec 2002 email@example.com wrote:
> Consider two computers one with
> Windows and the other with Linux.
> They only differ in that the machine
> code written on the respective hard
> drives is diferent.I am certain that
> a simple file copying "setup.exe"
> program can move all code from a
> CD-rom onto ones hard drive.
That would be possible only if Linux and Windows shared the C: unit
to store their files.
If not, your setup.exe would have to repartition the hard disk *while*
Windows is still using it. Such thing would be extremely dangerous.
It's not just a matter of copying files.
BTW: Linux has a special filesystem called "umsdos" which would allow
you to store Windows and Linux files on the same "C:" partition, but
this is not the optimal way to run Linux, so Debian does not support