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  • Lindows anyone?

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    #2402900

    With Paragon’s NTFS driver being incorporated into linux kernel 15.15, did you know you can install Windows AND Linux on the SAME partition?
    (not recommended by myself unless you have a hardened disposition)

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    Can you imagine the MESS of the folders when dual booting a system on the same partition..oh, my head hurts already!

    Must say I agree with most of the hilarious comments on
    Github

    Alternatively anyone can now boot a primary linux distro installation in an NTFS Partition with kernel 15:15>

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      ? says:

      i can hardly wait. i’m with iBug in the Github comments, “wipe Windows in seconds.”

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      Lindows ?

      …Based in San Diego, California, Lindows, Inc. was founded in August 2001 by Michael Robertson with the goal of developing a Linux-based operating system capable of running major Microsoft Windows applications. It based its Windows compatibility on the Wine API. The company later abandoned this approach in favor of attempting to make Linux applications easy to download, install and use. .. The first public release of Lindows was version 1.0, released in late 2001.[6]

      In 2002, Microsoft sued Lindows, Inc. claiming the name Lindows constituted an infringement of their Windows trademark. Microsoft’s claims were rejected by the court, which asserted that Microsoft had used the term windows to describe graphical user interfaces before the Windows product was ever released, and that the windowing technique had already been implemented by Xerox and Apple Computer many years before.[7] Microsoft sought a retrial and after this was postponed in February 2004,[8] offered to settle the case. As part of the licensing settlement, Microsoft paid an estimated $20 million, and Lindows, Inc. transferred the Lindows trademark to Microsoft and changed its name to Linspire, Inc.[9]…

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