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Thumbs up OT: anyone using coLinux ????

anyone here using coLinux (Cooperative Linux)?

it allows you to run Linux on a Win2000/XP machine, looks pretty cool, the first stable version just came out on SourceForge ...

i'm going to give it a try ...
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i like the logo ...

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That penguin is perfectly positioned.
Definitely ying and yang.
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Re: OT: anyone using coLinux ????

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anyone here using coLinux (Cooperative Linux)?

it allows you to run Linux on a Win2000/XP machine, looks pretty cool, the first stable version just came out on SourceForge ...

i'm going to give it a try ...
Andy
I think I know where you're going with this. I haven't looked at it. I use http://cygwin.com/ myself. It's been around quite some time now and is very stable. Small, light and I even set up X and used it to replace Exceed for my X Windows server on my work box. If all you're looking for an easy way to get Unix like tools for your windows box, you might try it. Your idea will work too though.
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That penguin is perfectly positioned.
Definitely ying and yang.

Yeah the penguin is perfectly positioned to crap on the windows logo!
Old 05-12-2006, 08:29 AM
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Yeah the penguin is perfectly positioned to crap on the windows logo!
it looks more like the tip of the windows logo is going to ram itself into the poor penguin's arse ...

anyways, i installed it on my XP box and loaded a debian kernel and it starts up and runs great!

gotta play with it a bit more ...
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it looks more like the tip of the windows logo is going to ram itself into the poor penguin's arse ...

anyways, i installed it on my XP box and loaded a debian kernel and it starts up and runs great!

gotta play with it a bit more ...
Andy

Hey, shouldn't you be working on something else???


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I thought you weren't considering switching to Linux for the board...

I'd love to hear more detail on exactly how they're supposed to be getting in. I have some theories...
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I thought you weren't considering switching to Linux for the board...
i don't. what makes you think i will? huh?

i'm just playing with coLinux here at home on my XP box, that's all ...
has nothing to do with the club server ...

just bored waiting for Invision to fix their BBS ...
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