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How can I install the LiveDVD in inside Windows (VMWare)?
I have downloaded the Ubuntu 11.10 (64bit) LiveDVD. I have also installed it on my system (with a partition) successfully. Now I need to experiment with Linux so I want to install Ubuntu in inside ...
Jan 20 '12 at 20:08
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