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    If you have a non linux machine thats working why not just put your hard drive in there and set up a dual boot? Then you wouldn't have to spend any money and IMO its better to have one really nice computers than 2 OK ones. At one point i had a triple boot going on my one computer and it worked ok until i tried changing one of my OSes. I currently run a dual boot along with several other drives for storage and backup.

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    Thanks for the links rokytnji, I like those.

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