[manjaro-general] virtualisation test
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Wed Jun 1 17:47:01 CEST 2016
On 2016-06-01 15:22, Mehma Sarja wrote:
>> The new computer does not have a cd/dvd drive, so perhaps the m$
> must be removed by installing manjaro via a usb memory stick. Is this
> simply achieved by copying the manjaro iso file to a (previously empty)
> memory stick?
> No. You need something like unetbootin. https://unetbootin.github.io
Actually, was planning to use rufus, based upon comments made by others
> You seem to be using this list for somebody else to do your research.
> google search.
Or any other competent non-surveillance search engine such as duckduckgo
or ixquick, but a diversion...
Anyway, web search so far has revealed an overwhelming desire (99.999%
?) to have some sort of dual boot, which is not the result required
here, but instead: exclusive boot of gnu/linux, with occasional use of
the original oem m$ within a virtual machine (e.g. virtualbox, xen,
etc.), whilst using linux.
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