Wubi – Easiest Way

September 25, 2007

I have a Toshiba R100 notebook which doesn’t have CDROM drive.   It’ll be troublesome to try Ubuntu in it using methods in Pendrivelinux via USB thumb drive so I might try Wubi which is called Easiest Way to Linux.

Wubi enables you to install and try Ubuntu like a typical Application in Windows, i.e. you can see it in Add/Remove program in Windows Control Panel.   If I’m happy it then I could transfer the installation using LVPM thereby without the use of a CDROM drive.

One Response to “Wubi – Easiest Way”

  1. wasubi Says:

    Why not use the Qemu related tutorials at pendrivelinux.com. Then you can run Linux on top of Windows from a USB device without need to install anything.


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