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e Ubuntu Linux distribution now includes virtualisation software Parallels in its partner repository. The move by Canonical, commercial sponsors of Ubuntu Linux, is a first for Ubuntu as Parallels is a commercial package and not free to use. However, by including Parallels in the partner repository Ubuntu users are able to easily install it should they want to use it. Installing Parallels using the Ubuntu package management tools will make it much simpler for users to install the software rather than installing from the command line.

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Created by sharkswithlazers 6 years 41 weeks ago – Made popular 6 years 40 weeks ago
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amazingkip

6 years 40 weeks 6 days 20 hours ago

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Too many choices

There are so many open source, free virtual machines that let you run Windows on Linux. I see no point in making the switch to a paid product.

Amazing Kip
- Open Source Keeps Me Happy