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You can still run Linux inside Windows, even if you have limited operating system capabilities, thanks to Cooperative Linux, or coLinux, without even having to reboot.
...applications which don't rely on audio or graphics can run more or less at native speed: database applications, Web servers, command-line/shell programs and so on all work at normal speed. Networking is also included, via a special network adapter which installs on the Windows side...
 read more | score:7385 | -estride, May 15, 2007
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