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hi
can i keep dos and unix on same computer?
where can i get unix OS?
thanks...
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by:bira
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Yes

  You can acomplish that by using "dual boot".
  About the second question , it depends on wich unix
  you want.  There are some kinds of unix that you can
  download freely from the web, Linux for example.
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Take a look at this URL, where it is discussed something
like this.
http://trench.eng.monash.edu.au/~greg/biz/ccwg_002.htm

 About where to get Unix, search in altavista for
"unix free download"

 Regards
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by:mrn060900
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What country are you in?
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by:mrn060900
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Send me an e-mail to mike@unixonline.co.uk with your address and I'll send you a selection of Linux CD's. Mandrake would more than likely suit your needs, as It has a easy install, and can be installed from windows.

Regards Mike
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by:b_amit
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i am from india
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by:b_amit
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can i load unix on WindowsMe as it does not have facility for dos.it does not allowed to run BeOS.
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