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Yes - you do not need to change partitions on your hard drive to use VirtualBox. The same applies to a Wubi install, look at the Wubi uninstall process. You ...
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- 01-08-2011 #11
Yes - you do not need to change partitions on your hard drive to use VirtualBox. The same applies to a Wubi install, look at the Wubi uninstall process.
You could always just run from a live CD ... no install necessary at all
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These are all LiveCD's or USB drives.
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You can run quite a few live CDs, some distros have been put together to use as a live CD. To install Linux within Windows, you can use the Wubi install (which I think is Ubuntu only), or you can install software such as VirtualBox and then install Linux on a 'virtual machine'. Otherwise you normally have to change the partition structure to allow you to install Linux to it's own partition.
If your machine supports booting from a USB pen drive then you can create more or less the equivalent of the live CD on a pen drive. This saves you burning a CD and also allows you to boot a system with no CD drive (things like netbooks). unetbootin allows you to make the live USB pen drive quite easily - you just need to be careful you select to install to the pen drive rather than your hard drive.
- 01-08-2011 #20