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I would like to partition my hard drive and install linix but which linux? I would like linux for simple use like internet use and photo storage. Can someone send me a link of a download and what linux? Also, is it bootable or how do I install? I tried a mac today and loved the os so I am looking for something new. Windows has improved but its a bit bulky and bloated. I am looking for something simple and reliable.
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You can try ubuntu

http://www.ubuntu.com/download/ubuntu/download
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Try Linux Mint - http://www.linuxmint.com/download.php

Grab the 64bit DVD - it's a LiveDVD so you don't need to partition anything just to try it. Just boot with the disc in.

Even better (it'll save a DVD) is to use a spare USB flash drive. Check out http://www.linuxliveusb.com/en/download, should be perfect for what you want smile.gif
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The latest Ubuntu with Wubi supports installing to a virtual disk on your windows partition, then is bootable on it's own. And once you're done with it, if you decide to install Ubuntu on it's own drive, you just Uninstall it from Windows Control Panel.
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For the love of God, stay away from Wubi. It is a curse.

If you don't fancy using a LiveCD/DVD/USB, go down the virtual machine route. Virtualbox is free, it's more complicated than using a LiveCd straight up, but has the advantage that it is "persistant" (changes are saved between reboots - something that on-the-whole isn't possible on CDs or DVDs)
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For the love of God, stay away from Wubi. It is a curse.

If you don't fancy using a LiveCD/DVD/USB, go down the virtual machine route. Virtualbox is free, it's more complicated than using a LiveCd straight up, but has the advantage that it is "persistant" (changes are saved between reboots - something that on-the-whole isn't possible on CDs or DVDs)

The Virtual Machine option is also very good for testing the full OS, the only thing you would miss out on is full graphics card support for the fancy 3d Compiz desktop effects.

Just curious, why the negative kick to Wubi's pants? I use it on my laptop due to a small HDD that can't be defragged enough to partition properly. Benn running for a couple years now.
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post #7 of 13
Try Fedora!

Really it doesn't matter what you try, because there are enough newbie friendly distributions out there. You should pick what looks best and what users like you say about them. Distrowatch has a good list of major distributions that you should check out. However, out of that list, I think Arch Linux, Slackware Linux, and FreeBSD would be a little difficult to start out with. Anything else is worth trying.
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I just started playing around with linux myself mainly to try and build android from source. http://distrowatch.com/ has a list of all the most popular distro's. I've tried the top 4. You can make a dvd of each one and use it as a "live cd" and test without actually installing. Once your ready to install the live cd has everything you need to partion your hard drive/reformatt it/ or dual boot it with windows(this is what i did) It is alot easier than it sounds and its a lot of fun.


edit ooppps didnt see post rite above mine sorry.
I also tried #84 on the list deft7 just for fun.
Edited by h2on0 - 2/9/12 at 11:04pm
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Just curious, why the negative kick to Wubi's pants? I use it on my laptop due to a small HDD that can't be defragged enough to partition properly. Benn running for a couple years now.

I'm against it's method, and the potential implications of it. I'm very much for a Windows-based installer, if you consider that all an installer does is partition, copy files, and modify bootloader (not sure if that's possible under Windows, security might be tight), but the way Wubi goes about it is totally wrong.

Wubi creates a "virtual file system", not unlike what you'd find on a VM. But rather than running the VM, what Wubi actually does when it boots, is mount the Windows partition, and then mount the virtual file system. Everytime you boot into Ubuntu it mounts the Windows partition, and this is bad practice. If something went wrong during your Ubuntu session, it could hose both OS's. It's not the way to do dual booting (where the 2 OS's are isolated from each other, unless required/desired)
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I always Liked Mandriva + KDE
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