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Friday, October 11, 2013


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Parallels is a virutalization program and has nothing to do, directly, with any Linux distributions. So, I recommend installing Mint fully.

Good news! There is a safe way that you can do this without needing to do anything with your harddrive.

Buy an 8 gig to 16 gig USB stick. Plug it in. Install to the USB drive. The USB drive will act like a tiny solid state hard drive. Now you have a fully functional OS on a removeable drive!

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