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Hi first of all i have started using linux a few monts ago, so i dont have much experience. I have the following problem: i want to put a termainal ...
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    Linux and Windows simultaneously


    Hi first of all i have started using linux a few monts ago, so i dont have much experience. I have the following problem: i want to put a termainal with minimal resources working as a VNC client of another PC, the problem is that the client should be reciving from a windows server but the server should be able to run linux at the same time. I don't want to use virtual machines, i other words i want to run 2 os simultaneously in the same PC, i have googled it a lot but i couldn't find it posible without vmware or other wirtualization soft. Since now thanx.
    Last edited by budman7; 06-15-2006 at 09:55 PM.

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    Without virtualization, you cannot run two OS' at the same time on the same physical machine. That is why you have the likes of VMWare, Zen, and Microsoft Virtual Server. Sorry, but what you are asking is not possible by today's standard.

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