Re: [NTO] Removing XP Pro
I think I see your problem. Are you are trying to install Windows on one
partition and Linux on another?
First, make sure that your PC is set to boot from CD-ROM in the BIOS.
You have to put in the Linux installation CD and then re-boot your PC,
then the Linux installation will start. Make sure you have all your
vital data backed up to another place. If not done correctly, it will
overwrite your Linux partition. I did that the first time I installed
Red Hat 7.2 several years ago.
The above is also the procedure for running a Linux Boot CD like Knoppix.
Linux is not a Windows program but the "equivalent" of Windows because
both are operating systems, like DOS, UNIX, MAC OS9, MAC OSX, etc.
The above does not apply if you are using a Linux distribution that is
designed to run within Windows, or are using an emulator like VMWare,
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>XP tells me this is not a win32 program and that is the end of that . Now I am removing service pack 1 and all the hot fixes and see if it will then let me start the install of Linux
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: sisterscape
> To: ntb-OffTopic@yahoogroups.com
> Sent: Thursday, January 05, 2006 7:58 PM
> Subject: Re: [NTO] Removing XP Pro
> Well, I haven't installed Linux over XP but have over other Windows OS.
> I just pop in the disk, it boots, partitions the drive and Windows
> goes bye, bye. Let us know how it goes . . .
> --- Ed <ebrown1927@...> wrote:
> > XP will NOT let me install Linux. I think you have to install Linux
> > first. I found that the XP install disk is supposed let you format
> > the hard drive, but it did not when I tried it. Now I will try
> > Norton's and see if it will work. I should not have any trouble
> > working from the command line I used to use Dos 5 and 6 and when
> > Windows came out that and I have never looked back. Then I tried
> > Linux and still play with it, but until it gets rid of the command
> > line, Bill will still get my bucks. Thanks for the URL.
> > Ed
- Hi Ed,
In Filezilla, try using
upload.Comcast.net as the Host, then your user name and password.
Worked for me :-).
At 1/7/2006 05:37 PM, Ed wrote:
>I had Filezilla on my other computer never could get it to work.
>WS-FTP is so easy and quick. Filezilla wants the FTP instead of http
>in the url that I am up loading to and I have tried everything
>without any success at all. Perhaps you can give me a clue. This is
>the address that I use in WS-FTP to upload to from my computer:
>http://home.comcast.net/~ebrown1927/ as this is where I want to
>upload my files and I have given ZoneAlarm permission to let
>Filezilla out to the web. Filezilla does not seem to accept this
>nor ftp://home.comcast.net/~ebrown1927 nor
>sftp://home.comcast.net/~ebrown1927/ nor anything else I try. Any
>ideas of what I am doing wrong.