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using linq in visual studio 2005

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iam using c# 2.0 version , i want to use linq to sql in 2.0. iam begginner of linq. i tried
downloading Linq preview(May 2006). but its not working properly, it showing error as 'some features will not work....' and the .net window closes automatically. will u please give useful link for the beginners
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LINQ will not work on .NET 2.0.

You require .NET framework 3.5 for LINQ to work properly.
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but in some sites it is mentioned that it also works in visual studio 2005 , if we download something else
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by:Éric Moreau
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the Linq preview was an early version for us to test before VS2008 beta was available but was never meant to be used in a production environement (and is not supported).
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I would suggest you to install Dot NET framework 3.5 and use Visual C# Express 2008.

This way you can use LINQ.
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