Dual boot with Ubuntu and Windows 7 worked just fine on a recent
install. This information come with absolutely no warranty.
On Thu, 26 Aug 2010 12:53:43 0100, kevin wrote:
We are setting up a new employee to work from home on a laptop.
> Traditionally I have taken the laptop, shrunk the Windows partition and
> added Ubuntu. I have done this lots of times with Windows XP/98 but
> never with Windows 7. Are there any nasty things I need to be aware of
> or can I go ahead as usual?
> The other option is to add Ubuntu via VirtualBox.
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