Kevin Philp wrote:
> 2. Force him to comply to our Linux only network and dual boot his laptop so
> he can use Linux when he is here.
If you are buying the laptop, then surely you should dictate the OS? I
mean - if his only reason for "needing" WinXP is, for example, to
support the latest games, then he should really buy his own machine for
that. Why does he need WinXP?
> Doesn't WinXP use ntfs and how well is that supported in Linux?
IIRC, NTFS compatibility was finished a few years back. you should not
have any problems reading the Windows partition from the Linux OS.
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