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  1. hack-k

    hack-k Programmer

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    para los q no lo conocen... es un sistema operativo compatible con windows q se instala desde win y q crea un icono en el escritorio desde el cual una vez q se accede se reinicia la pc en este sistema operativo...reconoce todo el hardware y es excelente para quien no kiera complikarse con el linux puro o q esté recién aprendiendo... Es un sistema operativo muy completo multitarea y no necesita nada adicional para conectarse a internet y todos los programas de windows pueden correr desde winlinux.....

    lo pueden descargar directamente de :

    http://distro.ibiblio.org/pub/linux/distributions/winlinux/2003/WinLinux2003FreeVersion.exe
     
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    el_negro Cuevino +1

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  3. hack-k

    hack-k Programmer

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    WinLinux 2003 Release Notes:

    1. INTRODUCTION
    2. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
    3. COMMON INSTALLATION PROBLEMS
    4. COMMON CONFIGURATION PROBLEMS AND KNOWN BUGS
    5. SUPPORT AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION
    6. DISCLAIMER AND COPYRIGHT


    1 INTRODUCTION

    WinLinux 2003 is a Linux distribution created for Windows users. It was
    developed to be the easiest Linux system in the Windows world.

    It is based on graphical setup tools that turn installation and configuration
    processes a breeze. It also allows you to see Linux as another application
    installed on your Windows system, even starting it from your Start Menu. Please
    notice that Windows applications cannot run within Linux without third party
    software, like vmware (www.vmware.com) or wine (www.winehq.com).

    WinLinux is able to automatically detect and configure most of your hardware
    devices, including but not limited to: video card, network card, sound card and
    mouse. Several software configurations are also detected and set without user
    intervention, such as TCP/IP network and display settings and time zone information.


    2 SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

    Minimum configuration required to run WinLinux 2003:
    - Pentium II class processor
    - 64 Mbytes RAM
    - SVGA video card
    - Mouse
    - Windows(tm) 9x
    - a hard disk drive with approximately 500 MB free HD space in a FAT32
    system or about 1GB free HD space in a FAT16 system, for a full setup

    In addition it is also recommended that you have:
    - a modem and an Internet connection
    - an SVGA card
    - 128 Mbytes RAM
    - free HD space to install third party applications

    WinLinux 2003 supports the same hardware supported by the Linux kernel. At the
    time of this writing the following devices are NOT supported by the Linux kernel:
    - some modems that depend on software drivers (also known as 'win modens')

    USB mouse and USB keyboard are supported by WinLinux 2003 as well as Lucent win
    modems. Please also read KNOWN BUGS AND LIMITATIONS below for software issues.


    3 COMMON INSTALLATION PROBLEMS

    Before attempting to reinstall after an unsuccessful try, please read the
    following instructions carefully.

    Insufficient free space on the hard drive: please check SYSTEM REQUIREMENT for
    information on how much free space must be available before installation. Please
    remember that a FAT16 system wastes a lot of hard drive space if most of
    your files have small size. If you have a FAT16 system, consider upgrading your
    Windows version to support FAT32.

    Corrupted file system before installation: it is wise to check your hard drive for
    errors often. If you installed WinLinux 2003 and it did not work for any reason,
    please remove it using Add or Remove Programs in the Control Panel and check your
    hard drive for errors before attempting to reinstall it.

    System hangs: if your system hangs you can follow two different paths according
    to the state of your system:
    1) If you see a text mode screen (white text over a black background)
    press Ctrl+Alt+Del just like you would do in a Windows session. Pressing those
    keys will reboot the system, so do it only if your system does not respond to
    any other command.
    2) If you see a graphic screen with windows or if the screen is
    scrambled, press Ctrl+Alt+BackSpace (BackSpace is the key normally located above
    the Enter key, used to erase the last typed character). That should restore your
    graphics system without the need to reboot the machine. If that doesn't work
    press Ctrl+Alt+F1 once or twice until you see a text mode screen (white text
    over a black background) and follow the steps in the first item above. For
    advanced users: You can also press Ctrl+Alt+F6 anytime to switch to a text
    console login screen if needed.

    Using a removable disk drive: although we recommend installing WinLinux 2003 on
    a fixed drive it can be installed on a removable drive provided that there is a
    Linux device driver to handle the hardware device and that it is configured in
    your system. Since this is a task we recommend only for advanced users we ask
    you to report this need to our Online Support.

    Using a SCSI disk drive: you can install WinLinux 2003 on a SCSI disk drive
    and boot from it. WinLinux 2003 comes with support for most common SCSI host
    adapters in order to use less hard drive space, if your SCSI adapter is not
    present please report to support@winlinux.net or download it from our SUPPORT
    site at http://www.winlinux.net/2003/support/.

    4 COMMON CONFIGURATION PROBLEMS AND KNOWN BUGS

    4.1 COMMON CONFIGURATION PROBLEMS

    4.1.1 The system installs, boots but stops showing the message: "Starting CUPS [ OK ]"
    This problem can be caused by the following:

    1) You have a wrong driver selected for your video card. To change the card type,
    please check manufacturer and model in the hardware manual. Press Ctrl+Alt+Del
    to reboot your computer. Go to Start Menu, Programs, WinLinux 2003, and open
    WinLinux Configuration Utility. Select Video device, click on Force Settings
    and select the card model that most closely matches your hardware.

    2) Your graphics card is configured to use an invalid video mode. To change
    the video mode, press Ctrl+Alt+Del in order to reboot your computer. Go to Start
    Menu, WinLinux 2003, and open WinLinux Configuration Utility. Select
    Display device, click on Force Settings and select one of the following:
    Resolution: 640x480 @ 60Hz Bits per Pixel: 8 (recommended)
    Resolution: 800x600 @ 60Hz Bits per Pixel: 8

    Note on VESA 2.0 compatible cards: If you experience the problem described
    above and you card is compatible with the VESA 2.0 specification, do the
    same as above to restart your computer and run WinLinux Configuration Utility,
    select Video device, click on Force Settings and select 'VESA 2 (VBE2) compliant
    framebuffer'.

    4.1.2 If your network card is not detected, click on the Add... button and
    select a device driver. You will also be asked for net card TCP/ IP settings,
    like IP address, netmask and default gateway. Ask your network administrator
    if you have doubts. If you are on a Local Area Network (LAN) or connected to
    a similar Cable Modem ISP you may want to use DHCP instead of setting TCP/IP
    parameters, in that case you must check the 'Obtain an IP address from
    a DHCP server' checkbox.

    4.1.3 If you SCSI host adapter is not detected, click on the Add... button and
    select a device driver.

    4.1.4 WinLinux 2003 may install and boot correctly and stop with the message
    no init found
    or
    Kernel panic: VFS: Unable to mount root fs on 08:01
    That happens because our loader was unable to automatically find the hard drive
    partition where WinLinux 2003 is installed on. It may be caused by the presence
    of multiple IDE and SCSI hard drives on the same computer, by IDE hard drives
    connected only to the secondary IDE interface or by the use of an offboard (PCI)
    disk controller. To boot properly you must run WinLinux Configuration Utility,
    answer No to the question about setting users and passwords and click on the
    Advanced... button of Device Configuration screen. On the Advanced window check
    the box "Boot WinLinux from user defined hard drive partition" and fill in the
    hard drive Partition Name.

    Partition naming scheme under Linux

    IDE Interface | Master/Slave | Partition number | Partition Name
    --------------+--------------+------------------+--------------- -
    1st | Master | 1 | /dev/hda1
    1st | Master | 5 | /dev/hda5
    1st | Slave | 1 | /dev/hdb1
    2nd | Master | 1 | /dev/hdc1
    2nd | Slave | 1 | /dev/hdd1
    -----------------------------------------------------------------

    SCSI disks follow the same convention:

    First SCSI disk is /dev/sda, second is /dev/sdb and so on.
    The first partition of the second disk is /dev/sdb1

    4.1.5 Network card doesn't work: if your netword card doesn't work when you start
    WinLinux from Windows 95/98, try restarting the computer from Windows and
    selecting WinLinux from the boot screen. If you didn't install LILO, run
    the Configuration Utility again and install LILO, reboot your computer as
    usually and then on the next reboot you will see the boot screen. This method
    of starting WinLinux is known as "cold boot".
    If other PCI card doesn't work too follow the same instruction above and try a
    cold boot before asking for support.


    4.2 KNOWN BUGS AND LIMITATIONS

    If you have a compressed hard drive (Stacker, Doublespace, Drivespace, etc) you
    cannot install WinLinux 2003. There is no support for it and it is not likely to
    be in the future. You can decompress your hard drive before installation or
    put another hard drive (e.g., D on your computer to install WinLinux 2003.


    5 SUPPORT AND ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

    You can access our online support 24 hours a day at http:// www.winlinux.net/support/.
    We provide FAQ's, Howto's and comprehensive Linux information besides documentation
    on WinLinux itself. You will also find links to other online Linux resources
    that can help you improve your system and/or solve your regular needs.

    If you cannot solve a WinLinux installation or configuration problem or if you
    need any help setting up your WinLinux system, use WinLinux Online Support to
    post your questions and our team will be answering your message shortly.

    Please refer to our web site www.winlinux.net for any additional information you
    may have.


    6 DISCLAIMER AND COPYRIGHT

    In no event shall JRCP be liable for any lost revenue or profits or
    other indirect, direct, special, incidental or consequential damages,
    even if JRCP has been previously advised of such damages.

    Please refer to http://www.winlinux.net/disclaimer.html for updated
    information and read the license agreement included in the end of
    this file.

    WinLinux is a service mark of JRCP. WinLinux is a registered trademark of
    JRCP in the European Community and other countries.
    Linux is a registered trademark of Linus Torvalds.
    Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft.

    Other trademarks cited here are property of their owners.


    ----------------------------------------------------------------- ---

    LICENSE AGREEMENT AND LIMITED PRODUCT WARRANTY
    WINLINUX 2003

    Please read this document carefully before installing WINLINUX 2003 or any related software
    in your computer. This document contains important information about your legal rights. By
    installing any or all of this software product, you agree to the following terms and conditions:

    GENERAL

    The Linux operating system is copyrighted and licensed pursuant to the GNU General Public
    License ("GPL"), a copy of which can be found in this product, at www.gnu.org, and at many
    other sites on the Internet. This product includes many software programs that are not subject to
    the GPL or other licenses, as well as an assortment of applications from third party vendors. The
    Linux operating system, along with these various other software programs included therein, are
    hereinafter collectively referred to as the "Linux Software Programs".

    WinLinux 2003 is an easy-to-use and Windows-friendly Linux system. It has the unique and
    innovative characteristic of developing a configuration utility for Windows that automatically
    detects pre-existing computer configurations, hardware configurations, as well as user-preference
    configurations. Many hardware configuration devices, such as video cards, mouse, local
    network cards, printers and others, are included within this context. This software program is
    hereinafter referred to as the "WinLinux 2003 Program".

    LICENSE

    Many of the Linux Software Programs are copyrighted under the GPL and other licenses that
    permit copying, modification and redistribution. Review the on- line documentation that
    accompanies each of the Linux Software Programs included in the WinLinux 2003 Program for
    the corresponding license applicable to it. Some of these licenses relate to an assortment of
    applications from third-party vendors and various components thereof are licensed to you under
    a binary-only, restricted use license, meaning that you may install each of these software
    products only in a single computer for your own individual use.

    The WinLinux 2003 Program is licensed to you under a binary- only, restricted use license,
    meaning that you may install it only in a single computer for your own individual use. Copying,
    redistribution/transfer, reverse engineering, and modification of any of its software components,
    as well as the installation of the WinLinux 2003 Program in more that one computer, is strictly
    prohibited. Any violation by you of this restricted use license shall result in the immediate
    termination of your license to use the WinLinux 2003 Program and JRCP USA L.LC. reserves
    the right to demand that you either return this product to it or destroy this product within ten days
    following delivery of notice to you that this license is terminated.

    Please check the on-line documentation accompanying the WinLinux 2003 Program for all
    applicable license terms. If you do not agree to comply with the license terms applicable to the
    WinLinux 2003 Program, do not install the WinLinux 2003 Program in your computer and
    return this product to JRCP USA L.L.C. with transportation charges prepaid within 30 days from
    the date of original purchase, as shown on your original sales receipt. Provided you are in
    compliance with the conditions of this document, JRCP USA L.L.C. will refund to you the
    amount of your original purchase price for this product, as shown on your original sales receipt.
    If you wish to install the WinLinux 2003 Program in more than one computer, please contact
    JRCP USA L.L.C. to purchase additional licenses.

    INSTALLATION

    Carefully read the following Terms and Conditions before installing the WinLinux 2003
    Program. Installing the WinLinux 2003 Program indicates your acceptance of the Terms and
    Conditions set forth in this document. If you do not agree with these Terms and Conditions, do
    not install the WinLinux 2003 Program and return this product to JRCP USA L.L.C. in
    accordance with the provisions of the preceding paragraph.

    The WinLinux 2003 Program, including source code, documentation, appearance, structure and
    organization, is the proprietary product of WinLinux Ltd. and is protected by copyright and other
    applicable laws. Title to the WinLinux 2003 Program, and to any copy, modification or merged
    portion thereof, shall at all times remain with WinLinux Ltd., subject to the terms and conditions
    of the GPL and other relevant licenses.

    LIMITED WARRANTY

    EXCEPT AS SPECIFICALLY STATED IN THIS AGREEMENT, THE SOFTWARE
    PROGRAMS ARE PROVIDED AND LICENSED "AS IS" WITHOUT WARRANTY OF
    ANY KIND, EITHER EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
    THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
    PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

    JRCP USA L.L.C. warrants that the tangible medium on which the WinLinux 2003 Program is
    fixed will be free from defects in material and manufacture under normal use for a period of 30
    days from the date of original purchase by you, as shown on your original sales receipt, and the
    WinLinux 2003 Program will appear precisely as described in the accompanying documentation.
    Notwithstanding the foregoing, however, it is expressly understood and agreed that if you
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    tangible medium is defective, you may return this product to JRCP USA L.L.C. within 30 days
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    JRCP USA L.L.C. expressly reserves the right to alter the WinLinux 2003 Program or modify
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    Copyright 1999-2002 JRCP USA L.L.C. All Rights Reserved. "WINLINUX" is being registered as a
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  4. Matu_aBaNDoN

    Matu_aBaNDoN Outlandish Member

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    Hum no me gusta. lo de instalarlo en Windows lo hace una aplicación del mismo y no un S.O. en sí, y también ejecutarlo en una partición NTFS o FAT32 baja su rendimiento, pero sirve para aquellos que quieran tener una aproximación sin tocar mucho ;).


    Saludos.
     
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  5. hack-k

    hack-k Programmer

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    Lo de instalarlo NO sobre, sino a partir de windows NO lo hace una aplicacion del mismo sistema operativo!!! pues, como ya dije!!!, la pc se reinicia y trabaja sobre el sistema operativo winlinux.......

    Por tanto NO es ninguna aplicacion del sistema windows!!!

    También ya he aclarado q es para aquellos q desean iniciarse en linux sin ir directamente a partirse la cabeza con un linux puro como el mandake o ututo (linux puro 100% argentino) ;-)

    thanks for you time.
     
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  6. Tavo

    Tavo No one

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    Tenés algunos screens para verlo?
     
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  7. EdR

    EdR Cuevino Milenario

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    Esta distro está basada en alguna otra?
     
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  8. Matu_aBaNDoN

    Matu_aBaNDoN Outlandish Member

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    Te cortaste el pelo? :P

    Pero necesariamente necesitamos iniciar en Windows, Hacer doble click en el ícono, renicar y ahi recién inicia el Winlinux. Igualmente, no dije que fuera malo, solo digo que no se aprovechan "al 100 x 100" las capacidades de un Linux :D.


    Saludos.
     
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  9. hack-k

    hack-k Programmer

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    No hace falta "necesariamente" iniciar en windows! se puede iniciar Winlinux desde D.O.S o crear un autorun o un boot.ini :D...

    Nunca dije q dijeras q era malo ni descalifique tu opinión...tan sólo te aclaré q no es una "aplicación" de windows .. y esto ya por definición de "aplicacion de windows"... esto es.....una aplicación de windows funciona corriendo sobre el sistema operativo windows y ese no es el caso del Winlinux ;)

    y repito lo q antes dije:

    "También ya he aclarado q es para aquellos q desean iniciarse en linux sin ir directamente a partirse la cabeza con un linux puro como el mandake o ututo (linux puro 100% argentino) ;-)"

    Con esta aclaración ya escrita 2 veces creo se comprende q no es un linux 100% puro como sí lo son las dos distros q menciono..
    Para aprovechar ""al 100 x 100" las capacidades de un Linux :D" recomiendo el Ututo! :D

    thanks for you time.

    Saludos Amigo
     
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  10. hack-k

    hack-k Programmer

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    Esta distro se fue desarrollando desde antes del año 2000 en diferentes versiones hasta llegar a la versión q he posteado y según mi humilde conocimiento no tengo noticia alguna de q se base en otra distro q no sea el Linux puro. Aunque puedo equivocarme y/o estar desinformado ... como todo el mundo....

    Saludos
     
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