RE: Linux on top of win95
A simpler way may be to use linload95 - it's a package I downloaded that
allows you to boot Win95, then click an icon and load Linux. I used Alta
Vista to search for Linux Load Win95 and found it on sunsite.unc.edu...
Works well! (And leaves your PC config alone...)
> From: firstname.lastname@example.org[SMTP:email@example.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, February 17, 1998 4:47 PM
> To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Subject: Linux on top of win95
> I know Linux can be installed ontop of a dos partition. Can it be
> installed on top of Win 95 or NT. I need to know this because
> although I
> run linux at home my office is NT and 95. I would like to be able to
> to linux in the office in order to work on some of my personal
> when I have free time at lunch or after work. How safe is this way of
> running Debian? Is there any chance of it damaging either my office
> computer or the network. (The network is currently 2 base t, but will
> upgraded to 10 base t) My boss absolutely refuses to allow me run
> as a normal part of the network. Lets be frank, I want to run linux
> during lunch and after work. But I do not want to lose my job. Can I
> it? How? Thank You
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