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I have a pc with Windows XP installed on it. And I made one partition free of 100 GB for installing Linux(Ubuntu) on it. I am newbie to linux. I searched Google and found some thirdware bootloaders, vmware or virtualbox kind of crap.

I want to dual boot my system. So please mates. Help me in installing

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closed as unclear what you're asking by Sathya Jul 1 '13 at 6:32

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Did you even bother to read any of the HowTos at ubuntu.com/download/desktop? E.g. How to run Ubuntu from a DVD or USB stick or Installing Ubuntu 12.04 LTS with the Windows installer? If you had read our about section you might have noticed that a question requires to show some effort on your own, and be restricted to one clearly and concisely answerable question. –  Tobias Kienzler Jul 1 '13 at 6:13
    
thank u sir @ above.. –  saikiran Jul 1 '13 at 7:49
    
i am newbie here.. please stop negative voting mates.. i wont reapeat this.. –  saikiran Jul 2 '13 at 5:49
    
don't worry too much about these, they usually shouldn't go below -5, just try to ask a more precise question next time (without calling virtual machines crap); and if you include some information what you have already tried (maybe enough to provide an answer yourself) you may get upvotes instead. Just note that there are more specific StackExchange sites for unix/linux and ubuntu –  Tobias Kienzler Jul 2 '13 at 6:45

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Just make LiveCD or LiveUSB, boot your system from it, not hard drive, and you will have shortcut on the desktop to a script to install it.
Make sure you use option "Install along side my current OS", or chose the partition you made.
As far as commands, start with basic commands and then move on to advanced.

Regards, Mirko

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thanks a ton friend @mirko.. –  saikiran Jul 1 '13 at 7:51

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