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The easy way is to download an .iso file from say Ubuntu or Fedora. Then with the disk in the CD drive reboot your system. It will probably look at the CDRom first and then it will start to install the Linux operating system.
JUST REMEMBER that once it is installed you will have erased anything on the Hard drive.
You can download a Virtual Machine such as Virtual box and install it inside of Virtual box without affecting your current Operating system. That is what I currently do so that I am able to test the version of Linux.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
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