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Re: Interix Installation Issue - apparently solved

On Tue, Apr 14, 2009 at 11:42 AM, Brian Amundsen <bvamundsen@comcast.net> wrote:
> I ask because I know that Microsoft's support for XP, as of this week,
> is only going to be security fixes. I'm using Debian-Interix to relearn
> the Unix environment, in preparation to migrate to UNIX has my core
> OS.  I will eventually have to learn WINE for certain Windows only
> applications.  So if I was to install XMing will there be enough
> userland applications built for Debian-Interix to feel comfortable
> and be prepared to move to Debian/kFreeBSD or Debian/Hurd in the next
> year or two. Your thoughts?

You seem to be averse to the Linux kernel, but, if you really want to
run a complete Debian environment you can do that with CoLinux; also
the AndLinux project takes that and pairs it with a complete Ubuntu


The disadvantage to doing such virtualization is that you have to
partition your system RAM between the Windows and Linux kernels.


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