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Lunix, hey i am new


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Josiah

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Well, I have an old ME and want to put Lunix on it ,but after I downloaded ubuntu live cd: I saw you still need to partition your drive and edit the boot bios and I want a version of lunix that will make it so My computer starts up like it always has into windows but if I go to the cd and click a "start icon" the lunix distro will load, I don't want to do any partitioning or any bios stuff; is there a live cd for me (i can do a little code if it is copy and paste)

any help great :tazz:

Edited by Josiah, 26 January 2006 - 04:38 PM.

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I am not familar with ubuntu, but the concept with a "Live" CD is that you just boot the CD and nothing else is needed. Knoppix is a an example of that. Nothing else is needed, just put the CD in and boot it.
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That is what I decided to do...
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