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How To Install Ubuntu Linux Under Windows Vista / XP With Wubi

You can install latest Ubuntu Linux 8.04 under Windows Vista / XP without creating a new parition with a new tool called Wubi. It is a Ubuntu installer for Windows users that will bring you into the Linux world with a single click. Wubi allows you to install and uninstall Ubuntu easily. This blog post covers basic installation:

With the latest release of the popular Linux-based operating system, Ubuntu Hardy Heron, the installation process just got easier for Windows users who wish to try out an alternative to Vista or XP. Even .NET developers who are looking out on trying the Mono project (the .NET platform for Linux-based operating systems) can benefit from it. All this is possible thanks to a little Windows utility called Wubi, which is an installer for Ubuntu.

andLinux – Run Windows and Linux Without Virtualization

If you cannot get rid of Windows due to application software compatibility issues, try andLinux.

Linux does everything that many users want it to, but some people have tasks that require Windows applications. You can dual-boot both operating systems, or run Windows in a virtualized environment on Linux. Alas, virtualization makes the guest OS almost useless for processor- and RAM-intensive tasks like editing videos and playing games. Now, a Ubuntu-based distro called andLinux takes cooperation with Windows to a whole new level.

=> Run Windows and Linux without virtualization

How To: Windows Server / XP / 2000 / 2003 ISCSI Initiator Configuration

Microsoft provides iSCSI software initiator which enables connection on following operating system:
a) Windows XP
b) Windows Server 2000
c) Windows Server 2003 etc.

How do I install MS ISCSI Initiator?

Visit Microsoft download center to grab iSCSI initiator software. Download and install the Windows ISCSI initiator.


Once installed click on Start > Programs > Microsoft iSCSI Initiator

Select the Discovery tab.

Look for Target Portals

Click on the Add button

Type your ISCSI_TARGET_HOST_OR_IP into the IP address or DNS name input box

Set port to 3260

Next, click on the Advanced tab

Select General tab

Select CHAP logon information

Type your username into the Username box

Type your password into the Target secret box

Save changes by pressing OK > OK

Select the Targets tab

Select the new target from the Targets selection list.

Click on the Log on... button

Select the Automatically restore this connection when the system boots check box

Click on the Advanced button.

Select General tab enable CHAP logon information by selecting the check box. Fill up the details.

Save all changes.

How do I formation volume under Windows server?

Open Computer Management

Select Disk Management from the Storage

You should see a disk in the right pane that labeled as "Unknown" and "Not Initialized".

Right click on the disk and select Initialize Disk

Click OK button.

Right click on the partition information box on the right hand side of the disk information box and select the New Partition,,, button.

Now just follow the partition wizard and format the disk.

Humor: I paid the price for being a Linux computer

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