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I have a laptop dual booting to Windows 7 and Opensuse 11.2. However, I’d like to switch to a different Linux distro (probably Ubuntu, that’s what I’m used to)
Is there a way for me to do it without losing the Windows 7 setup/data?
We have an Applet that can possibly display Chinese text. We are specifying a font for it (Arial), it works fine under both Windows and Mac OSX.
But in Firefox on Linux the Chinese characters are rendered as squares. Is there a way to work around this? Note that we can’t assume the existence of a particular font file on the client.
How-to: Installing Ubuntu Linux on a usb pendrive | Debian/Ubuntu Tips & Tricks
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