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howto: tomshardware.com: Migrating From Windows To Linux: Part 2

Posted on Tuesday, April 13, 2004 @ 19:21:44 EDT by meshal
You've prepared yourself for your Linux migration, now its time to make the jump. After reading Part 1, you should have the following items: Linux installation CDs (1-7 CDs depending on the distribution you picked), CD of drivers, a CD/DVD of your migrated files and a hard-drive with your files (if you chose this route). continue

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