How can i do that in the same time ?

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Hi everyone ,

I am really new to Red Hat Linux, need help.

I am really new to install Linux operating system, so containing an old OS is there any partition format needed or can I operate in laptop? Installing moment setup not getting file location. So I want to use Linux and windows OS in same drive but which OS will be good for install first? Please suggest.

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How can i do that in the same time ?

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Linux is a operating system that runs in a wide variety of computer hardware including mobile phone, tablet computers,televisions, desktop computers,mainframes, super computers. So you can use it to your laptop. You can use Linux and Windows OS in same drive. As Linux is a Developed operating system, you will get better help by using SUSE Linux Enterprise Virtual Machine Drive Pack.

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How can i do that in the same time ?

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You can either choose to format the partition that has the old operating system and remove it completely, or you can install the redhat operating system on the same partition as the old operating system so that you can have a dual boot on your computer. In case the operating system you have already installed is windows, then you can get the installation CD for redhat and start the installation. But since you are new to linux I will suggest that you install a dual boot so that you have the old operating system that you can absolutely well, and then learn how to use redhat with time.

You will just install the redhat operating system on the same partition as the old operating system, so that when you start the computer, you can choose either to boot from redhat or the other operating system.

-Clair Charles

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Thank you so much Clair Charles for the help! I will do what you said. I will keep my windows and install redhat on the same partition. I'll install dual boot also. I'm excited to use redhat!

Thank you TechyV!

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