Type: Posts; User: al111; Keyword(s):
It does look good-
A work in progress...
I still need to play an occasional game or two-
Bodhi is very cool...E17 also-
Better installing to its' own partition than in wubi-
Just my opinion-
Foxit 5 for Windows is full-featured...
Foxit 1.1 is an early/lite version for Linux
And install in 'WINE'
The windows partition manager does do a good job...
Checkout Miro-> Miro
Try updating the graphics driver-
Make sure that you didn't check 'MUTE'-
Yeah, that's why I alternate between Firefox and Chromium-
I don't know which soundcard is best, but the ASUS Xonar D1 I use in both windows and ubuntu works great-
Did you set the linux partition as the active partition?
I'm always test-driving different linux distro's-
I triple-boot my desktop, sometimes even quadruple-boot...
I see this all the time-
I say yes, I dual-boot my laptop, and triple-boot my desktop...
I recall, everytime I installed a different linux, I'd have to update grub for windows to show...
If windows was left intact...
I wouldn't necessarily call it a 'bad' idea, but an even better idea would be to boot into Ubuntu with the Super Grub Disk and just update grub:
Download and burn Super Grub Disk
Use Super Grub Disk to boot into Ubuntu-
To reinstall Grub2:
Open terminal (sda if boot partition):
sudo grub:install /dev/sda
Take a look at ->
Super Boot Manager
+1 running windows xp in a virtualbox to stream Netflix-
+1 Foxit Reader