I install linux on window
I use Windows, and I just got VirtualBox, and I'm following tutorials on how to install Linux on it. I first installed Ubuntu (it's downloading right now), then I create a VM on VirtualBox and pow I should have Linux. I'm following this tutorial. Is there a better way to do it? And what can I do once I get Linux? @CodeLongAndPros?
I actually don't know what I'm doing help plz
I would not use Ubuntu, bit I'm a Linux snob. After getting used to vUbuntu. I would DB (Dual-boot) Manjaro Kde.
I can make a tutorial about Linux, and what it is in a couple of hours.
Virtual School oof.
That’s a pretty good way to test it. Linux is an amazing operating system and has a great community.
I’d try writing some C++ programs and a Makefile for it. Ubuntu’s terminal is bad, I would recommend Guake! or Alacritty. I would install Vim and run vimtutor as well (
sudo apt install guake alacritty vim -y)
It's better to Dual-Boot between two Operating Systems...
Because VirtualBox makes your Windows OS system slow even if it's in the Premium version.
I have personally got Stuck in this.
So, I suggest you not run Linux OS on VM.
Follow this tutorial. Click here I have followed this tutorial.
Hope this helps