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Old 18. Aug 2015, 09:57 AM   #7 (permalink)
L.M
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Originally Posted by Pierre2 View Post
to keep things a little safer, at least until you are more comfortable about this,
- try using a VirtualBox to install any Linux O/S that you wish to play with.

once you are familiar enough with a particular O/S then try burning it to disk,
or writing it to a usb type thumb stick.
Tried that. I did not have enough of "something" on my computer for the virtualbox to run. Did not keep the details, usual scattered brain...
I'll try again and see what was the problem.
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