Do you want to upgrade your Windows into OpenSUSE ? Install
ing OpenSUSE into existing Windows system without changes BIOS start up ? Well, OpenSUSE 10.3 has been launched on October 04, 2007 with so many nice feature, one of the nice feature is Instlux. Instlux will help ed you to upgrade your windows to openSUSE with the easiest possible way : running an installer on your Windows. Do not worry any more about configuring your system to boot from a CDROM/DVDROM.
What is Instlux ? Instlux is a collaborative project hosted on sourceforge that automates the Linux installation on a Windows system. Instlux is a software that lets a windows user start installing openSUSE from Windows, without configuring the BIOS, and by clicking "next".
Currently, Instlux supported 2 distros only Currently, Instlux only support 2 distros, another one is Ubuntu.
If your system getting crazy slow with so many viruses, trojan horse or another security threat, try OpenSUSE! If you have limited internet connection and the connection seems to always active without activity, be aware that your system has been infected and the trojan tried to upload or download on the background.
So, what’s the different between installing OpenSUSE with and without Instlux ? If you installing OpenSUSE without Instlux, you must changes BIOS start up with your installation media in the first option. OpenSUSE 10.3 with Instlux simplifies this task. Run your Windows system, insert your OpenSUSE CD or DVD and the installation process will be automatically launched and started.
Instlux has been translated into 20 languages, including Bahasa Indonesia (Indonesian). Look at the sceenshot of OpenSUSE 10.3 installation from Windows XP box.
Give it the try and find out how nice this feature 😀
Once done with 1z0-042, one can go about any course, whether it is the basic 650-178, or the much more higher 70-536. Unlike this, N10-003 alone is not enough before attempting 70-294 or even 70-293. Going for 156-215 instead would be a much more better option.