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Delivery of linux os cd

I want a linusxoperating system software and don't want to download. i need a delivery of that cd. how much i have to pay for that.

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Here you can get all releases for a low fee :OSDisc.com - Buy Linux CDs and DVDs - New releases. Low prices.
If you order from here you will pay only delivery cost, software is free of charge: Request a Linux Ubuntu CD

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I dnt like


hi! nothing to worry! feel boring to work with older operating system(windows,mac)! here are the simple tips to enjoy with new opearting system! other than windows several linux (open source-free) operating softwares are available! such website are available in several linux websites u can boot such os with ur thumb drive(flash drive, pendrive,memory card of ur phone)!
u can browse such linux operating systems in www.softpedia.com,www.pendrivelinux.com...! www.ubuntu.com,etc.
in these second website www.pendrivelinux offers usb installer which guides u to install such os in pendrive irrespective of ur harddisk! or else u can download and write in cd and use as operating cd!
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To install Ubuntu Linux software you can use the program "Wubi."
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Its your good decision to try linux.
I would like to suggest you to try Ubuntu linux as this supports most of the hardwares.

Download latest ubuntu for the below link
http://se.releases.ubuntu.com/10.10/ubuntu-10.10-rc-desktop-i386.iso
After downloading, write the ISO image to a cd which will be a bootable cd.

place the disc in your drive, restrt you machine.
Boot your pc from this ubuntu cd.

you will get the live ubuntu (no need to install) or even you can install if you want.

Kernel is common for all the linux and it s core operating system file.

I hope this is useful to you
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