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If someone is sick of dualbooting windows and a linux distribution, hit me up.

Don't worry. I am helping for free.

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    dd if=/dev/urandom of=/dev/sda
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    I just had a CentOS dualboot crash on me (not really Linux's fault this time though, let's just say I need to run...weird stuff) a few days ago

    Bought a $90 used desktop off ebay, shoved 32GB of RAM into it, and set it up near my router with SSH and VNC. Now I have a dedicated Linux box, no more dualbooting headaches.
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    If your answer is running a VM inside of the main system, or running two VMs side by side (like they showed on LTT running Arch and macOS side by side), then pass.

    If it's something else, I'd be intrigued to find out
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    Have you built a Linux.exe that be run on Windows?
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    @endor you're close.

    It is a windows vm inside of a linux distribution with ssd or hdd passthrough, cpu pin passthrough, gpu passthrough and peripherals passthrough which makes it almost as performant as a windows as host os.

    With looking glass or transparent remote, you get to make it appear as another window inside of your linux distro or you can make it automatically switch HDMI inputs with the libvirt hooks.
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    @-ANGRY-STUDENT- I'm waiting on a guide, mate!
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    @-ANGRY-STUDENT-
    I'd hit that. 📌
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    I always kind of wanted to do that. But nobody was helping me before. Thanks to you I will be able to do it now.

    First help that I need is I don't have a laptop. Can you please buy me one.
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    @Jilano @scor sure thing, mates. :)
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