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February 2010

WineHQ .deb packages archive

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The WineHQ .deb packages archive Here you can find older .deb packages for Ubuntu and Debian. These packages used to be hosted in the official APT repository until they were replaced with newer ones. For instructions on using the APT repository to keep updated with current Wine beta packages, visit the WineHQ Ubuntu downloads page. The -dev packages are only needed if you are compiling Winelib applications. In other words, you probably don't need them. If you need old source packages, you can email the package maintainer.

Ubuntu de A a Zip: Instalar programas para Windows no Ubuntu com o Wine

sábado, 13 de fevereiro de 2010 Instalar programas para Windows no Ubuntu com o Wine Esse tutorial vai explicar de forma rápida e direta como instalar o Wine, programa necessário para instalar programas desenvolvidos originalmente para Windows no Ubuntu

June 2009

WineHQ - Wine Announcement

Wine Announcement The Wine maintenance release 1.0.1 is now available. This is a maintenance release from the 1.0 stable branch. It contains only translation updates and small bug fixes.

debian installer loader

About Debian-Installer Loader * By default, this program always installs Debian stable * Debian Installation Guide for i386 (32-bit) or amd64 (64-bit) flavours * Screenshot gallery * Wikipedia page: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Win32-loader_(Debian) Where to contact for help, report a bug, etc * For issues specific to this website, mail me at rmh@aybabtu.com * For issues related to the installer, contact debian-boot (make sure you mention "win32-loader" in the subject) * For general help with Debian GNU/Linux, try the Debian forums Propaganda * Feel like spreading some freedom (A4, letter sizes) to those poor users not running Debian? * Kudos to my Japanese friends Development stuff * Source code * Bug Tracking System

Installing Debian Etch From A Windows System With "Debian-Installer Loader" | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials

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Installing Debian Etch From A Windows System With "Debian-Installer Loader" Debian-Installer Loader is a Debian Etch installer for Windows which adds an entry to the boot menu that allows you to start the Debian installation. Unlike the Ubuntu installation with Wubi, real Debian partitions are created during the installation. In the end, you have a dual-boot system (Windows/Debian).

April 2009

Ubuntu -- Package Search Results -- unetbootin

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Package unetbootin * jaunty (utils): installer of Linux/BSD distributions to a partition or USB drive [universe] 304-1: amd64 i386 * karmic (utils): installer of Linux/BSD distributions to a partition or USB drive [universe] 304-1: amd64 i386

Lubi, LVPM, UNetbootin, and Bubakup - Bubakup

Download Bubakup Browse all downloads (additional packages for other distros/versions) Introduction Bubakup, the Bootable Ubuntu Backup, is a tool that allows you to create a bootable backup image of your running system. It supports creating uncompressed, bootable loopmounted disk images of the whole or parts of the system, deleting backup disk images, archiving backup disk images using 7-zip, restoring backed-up archived disk images, and LVPM (which is pre-installed in the generated disk images) can be used to restore the backup loopmounted disk image to an actual partition.

UNetbootin - Homepage and Downloads

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Packages available: Ubuntu Debian openSUSE Gentoo Introduction UNetbootin allows you to create bootable Live USB drives for a variety of Linux distributions from Windows or Linux, without requiring you to burn a CD. You can either let it download one of the many distributions supported out-of-the-box for you, or supply your own Linux .iso file if you've already downloaded one or your preferred distribution isn't on the list. Requirements * Microsoft Windows 2000/XP/Vista, or Linux. If you are having trouble with the Linux version, try the Windows version, it usually works better. * A broadband internet connection to download the distribution's .iso file (unless you're using pre-downloaded files) Features UNetbootin can create a bootable Live USB drive, or it can make a "frugal install" on your local hard disk if you don't have a USB drive. It can load distributions by automatically downloading their ISO (CD image) files, or by using existing ISO files, floppy/hard disk images, or kernel/initrd files, for installing other distributions.

Installing Ubuntu Or Fedora From A Windows Or Linux System With UNetbootin - Page 4 | HowtoForge - Linux Howtos and Tutorials

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Lubi, LVPM, UNetbootin, and Bubakup - LVPM

Download LVPM 8.04/7.10/7.04 Download Partition Manager for Windows Download Partition Manager for Ubuntu Browse all downloads (additional packages for other distros/versions) Introduction The Loopmounted Virtual Partition Manager allows users to upgrade their existing Wubi or Lubi installation to a standard Ubuntu system by transferring all data, settings, and applications from the original install to a dedicated partition. The advantages of upgrading using LVPM are better disk performance and reliability, and the ability to replace the original operating system with Ubuntu. Requirements LVPM has been tested on installs created by Wubi 8.04, Wubi 7.10, Wubi 7.04, and Lubi 7.04. Partition Manager (Only Needed If You Don't Have Any Spare Partitions) Before using LVPM, you will need to have 1 spare partition for the root filesystem, and another partition formatted as swap. If you don't have any spare partitions, you can use the Partition Manager tool (short video tutorial here), boot it and open GParted, then resize your partitions and create a swap partition of equal size to your RAM, and the main target ext3 partition. Howtoforge also has a step-by-step screenshot-based guide on using the Partition Manager.

Chapter 2. Setting Up Cygwin

Chapter 2. Setting Up Cygwin Table of Contents Internet Setup Download Source Selecting an Install Directory Local Package Directory Connection Method Choosing Mirrors Choosing Packages Download and Installation Progress Icons Post-Install Scripts Troubleshooting Environment Variables Changing Cygwin's Maximum Memory NT security and usage of ntsec NT security Process privileges File permissions NT SIDs in Cygwin The mapping leak The ACL API New setuid concept Switching User Context Special values of user and group ids Customizing bash

Documentation

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Cygwin Documentation * Cygwin User's Guide * Cygwin API Reference * Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) file for Cygwin. Some work remains to be done in documenting the Cygwin API. In addition to the Cygwin API Reference and information in the FAQ, you may want to check source code file winsup/cygwin.din which lists all of the Cygwin DLL exports. We have some preliminary docs on how to profile the Cygwin DLL. Information on building and using DLLs is here. Also note that there is quite a lot of useful information in the project mailing list archives.

August 2008

Cygwin User's Guide

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Cygwin User's Guide The Cygwin User's Guide is now available in several formats: * Several HTML files, with Table of Contents * One large compressed HTML file * One compressed PDF file Alternatively, you may jump to a section that interests you: * Quick Start Guide for those more experienced with Windows * Quick Start Guide for those more experienced with UNIX * Help with setting up Cygwin with setup.exe