Getting In Through The Window
- From: armhead <armhead@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 06 Dec 2006 11:22:27 -0500
I have not yet used Linux, but I wish to and I am looking
to put together an extra PC for it.
So, while jumping around on the web and looking at all
kinds of Linux information the other day I came across
something that - if I understood it - seemed to say that
one or more of the distributions could be installed right
on after Windows XP - so I guess the Linux install
includes a partition manager of some sort and moves
Windows over and puts in a boot manager and then
Linux and so there you go, Windows XP still works
fine but you can boot to Linux instead if you want to?
Is this true?
"Being a part, man cannot grasp the whole. He is
at its mercy. He may assent to it, or rebel against
it; but he is always caught up and enclosed within it.
He is dependent upon it and is sustained by it. Love
is his light and his darkness, whose end he cannot
see. 'Love ceases not' - whether he speaks with the
'tongues of angels,' or with scientific exactitude
traces the life of cell down to its uttermost source.
Man can try to name love, showering upon it all the
names at his command, and still he will involve
himself in endless self-deceptions. If he possesses a
grain of wisdom, he will lay down his arms and name
the unknown by the more unknown, ignotium per
ignotius - that is, by the name of God. This is
confession of his subjection, his imperfection and his
dependence; but at the same time a testimony of his
freedom to choose between truth and error." --Jung (MDR)
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