Updated: 11/24/2005; 11:50:22 PM.

Virtual computing
Virtual and distributed computing technology and applications

daily link  Monday, November 07, 2005

Topologilinux - [Running Linux inside Windows]: Based on slackware and colinux.  Last updated 1Q 2005.  Also runs native.  "Topologilinux is a free Linuxdistribution to be run on top or inside your existing windows system. The main thing with Topologilinux is that it does not require any partitioning at all. (uses a single file as linux root system)..

Topologilinux needs a PC 486 or higher with about 100MB free diskspace and about 8MB ram. If you want to install everything you need about 2,5GB free space. If you want to have a X system it is recommend to have a Pentium PC with 32MB ram or more. And If you want to use colinux and X in windows you will probably need a pention 300Mhz or above with Win2k and about 96Mb ram. .."

  9:15:51 AM  permalink  

How to build new vms with VMware Player:  Using a QEMU image file, you can boot up and then install from any CD.  Another method uses freedos.  8:41:38 AM  permalink  

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