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Kudos to Parallels and Ubuntu

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One of the things I wanted to do this weekend was install Ubuntu on my Mac as a sandbox using Parallels as the virtual system. The install of windows XP last week was absolutely painless (amazing), so I figured it wouldn't be difficult to do a Linux disto, either.

So, because I figured the worst thing that could happen was that it'd force me to sit down and read the damn documentation, I downloaded an Ubuntu ISO, fired up parallels, created a virtual machine, and told it to install Linux.

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