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أخيرا ... وندوز و لينكس على شاشة وحدة و ضغطة زر وحدة؟

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  • أخيرا ... وندوز و لينكس على شاشة وحدة و ضغطة زر وحدة؟

    السلام عليكم
    و انا باتصفح في النت بخصوص تشغيل النظامين العجيبين وندوز الضروري ( و الكريه في نفس الوقت)
    و نظام اللينكس ( الحبيب و الصعب تطبيقة لاغلب الناس)
    و وجدت التالي
    طريقة غير صعبة للدمج اتمنى من الشباب المتقدمين في اللينكس يجربوها و يفيدونا بالردود

    http://news.softpedia.com/news/Windo...re-59314.shtml

    Install necessary software:

    You have to install two applications:

    · VMware Server
    · rdesktop

    But before you install these application, it's a very good idea to get a serial number for VMware Server software. The serial number is FREE of charge and it will not expire. To get yours, click on the following link:


    http://register.vmware.com/content/registration.html

    Fill up the form and you'll receive a serial number immediately after you click on the submit button. Note the serial number somewhere because you'll need it later.

    · If you are a Debian/Ubuntu user open up Synaptic Package manager (System -> Administration -> Synaptic Package Manager for GNOME users and KMenu -> System -> Synaptic Package Manager for KDE users), search for vmware-server and rdesktop and install them.

    · If you are a Fedora/openSuse/Mandriva user, open the default package manager, search for vmware-server and rdesktop and install them.

    IMPORTANT: The VMware Server installation will ask you for the serial number, so paste the 20 digit code you have received earlier, otherwise the installation will fail.

    Prepare VMware Server to run Windows

    The VMware Server application will be installed in the System Tools category, so open it from Applications -> System Tools -> VMware Server Console if you are a GNOME user or from KMenu -> System -> More applications -> VMware Server Console if you are a KDE user. When it starts, it will ask you to select the host that you want to connect to. So:

    1. Select Local host and click the 'Connect' button.
    2. Click the 'Create a new virtual machine' button.
    3. On the new window, click Next.
    4. Select Typical and click Next.
    5. Then select Windows XP Professional from the drop down list and click Next.
    6. Give your virtual machine a name and click Next
    7. Select "Use network address translation (NAT)" and click Next
    8. And on the last step, click Finish.

    It will take a few minutes until the virtual machine is created. When it's done, insert the Windows XP Professional CD in your optical drive and power on the virtual machine. The CD will be detected and the Windows installation will start. I guess I don't have to explain you how to install Windows.

    Setup Windows

    When the Windows installation is over you must do a few little tricks:

    1. Go to Start -> Control Panel, click the "Switch to Classic View" on the left side and then double click on the System icon. Go to the Remote tab and check the second box, where it says "Allow users to connect remotely to this computer". Click Apply and close the window.
    2. Go to Start -> Run, type regedit and hit enter. The Registry Editor will open, navigate to HKEY_CURRENT_USER -> Software -> Microsoft -> Windows -> CurrentVersion -> Policies -> Explorer, right click on the right side, select New -> DWORD Value, name it NoDesktop, double click on it and set the Value data to 1 instead of 0. Click OK and restart Windows.
    3. Go to Start -> Control Panel, double click the "User Accounts" icon, click on your username and then on "Create a password" link. Create the password and close the "User Accounts" window.
    4. Still in Control Panel, double click the "Network Connections" icon, click the "Local Area Connection" icon and in the left side you will see on the Details area the IP address of this virtual machine. Note the IP address somewhere because you'll need it later.
    5. Download SeamlessRDP software from here and extract it in C: (make sure it creates a folder called seamlessrdp).
    6. Release the mouse from the virtual machine by pressing CTRL+ALT keys at the same time, go to VM -> Install VMware Tools. An installer window will appear in your Windows machine, follow the steps to install VMware tools application. When finished, a reboot will be required.

    When you get back to Windows, log off and close the VMware Server Console window.

    Final arrangements

    Create a shortcut on your desktop in order to easily start Windows every time you need it. So, right click on the desktop, go to Create New -> Link to Application if you are a KDE user or Create Launcher if you are a GNOME user, name the shortcut, select a nice icon for it and paste the following code on the "Application/Command" field:

    rdesktop -A -s 'c:seamlessrdpseamlessrdpshell.exe c:windowsexplorer.exe' Windows-IP-address -u your-Windows-username -p your-Windows-password

    IMPORTANT: replace Windows-IP-address with the Windows IP address that you've noted earlier and the your-Windows-username and your-Windows-password with the username and password you've created in Windows

    Example:

    rdesktop -A -s 'c:seamlessrdpseamlessrdpshell.exe c:windowsexplorer.exe' 172.192.56.123 -u marius -p nestor

    IMPORTANT: Make sure you disable any running firewall on your Linux machine.

    Now double click the shortcut you've just created and the Windows taskbar should appear on your Linux desktop. Right click on it, uncheck 'Lock the Taskbar' option and drag it where you want. Now you can use Linux and Windows at the same time without hassle.

    Share files between Windows and Linux

    To share files between the two operating systems make sure you install Samba (server and client) on the Linux machine and on Windows all you have to do is to right click on a folder that you want to share with the Linux OS, go to Properties, Sharing tab and check the "Share this folder on the network" and "Allow network users to change my files" options. Now open Konqueror and type in the address bar:

    smb://the Windows IP (replace 'the Windows IP' with the IP address from the Windows machine. e.g. smb://128.56.123.25)

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    مشكور حبيبي وليد على الخبر
    بس الخبر قديم وتم طرحه في المنتدى سابقاً
    http://www.linuxac.org/forum/showthread.php?t=6124
    وهو باعتقادي أفضل من Vmware

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    • #3
      اشكرك اخوي وزياده الخير بركه

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