How to use two operating systems in one laptop?

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Re: How to use two operating systems in one laptop?

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If you have to ask, you shouldn't. Make sure your Ethernet adapter in the virtual machine is set to bridged or "use NAT".
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Re: How to use two operating systems in one laptop?

Post by Jekyll Grim Payne »

yum13241 wrote: Wed Dec 27, 2023 2:50 am If you have to ask, you shouldn't.
This is unhelpful, inflammatory and gatekeep-ey. Please refrain from posting comments like this in the future.

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