Is there a Linux like Wubi that could be installed in a 360MB partition?
If don't need persistance - that is to say, needing your linux install to be consistant across boots, you could likely use unetbootin to boot something like slitaz or tinycore - and use ntfs-3g in them to manipulate the windows partition in question
There are lots of small Linuxes, there is even a version that fits on a floppy disk. DSL (Damn Small Linux) would in my opinion be a good solution, its very small and still has a lot of features like a full and usable desktop.
what exactly are you trying to accomplish? if you need to run linux binaries in your windows you could use colinux (runs a Linux kernel in windows) or mingw (kinda Linux-ish environment with all the bin tools for windows)
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