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    will the 40 GB partition is sufficient to install LINUX on it.
    Yes it is sufficient.

    How to dual boot Windows XP and Linux (XP installed first) -- the step-by-step guide with screenshots

    On the same site they havea Vista installed first tutorial with Pictures also.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sumitkhanna2 View Post
    Also if posiible please advise for the best LINUX sytem to be used & path to Download
    My personal opinion is that the distro they are using in the HowTo suggested by rokytnji above would be a good place to start. Just be sure to use the latest version.

    If you don't like it, then it's time to try another.

    Let us know how it goes!
    oz

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    Hi,

    Can anyone please provide me the link though which i can download the Red Hat Ver 5.0 or any other LINUX which is good for basic learning.

    I have tried looked into many websites but could't found it.

    Regards

    Sumit Khanna

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    As stated earlier in this thread... you can download Red Hat at their website after purchasing a subscription, or you can download CentOS at their website and not have to pay anything for it.

    Have you tried either of those distributions yet?
    oz

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    Insert the linux installation disk and read the installation help,it is easier then XP installation.

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