andLinux

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AndLinux
Ubuntu on Windows - running Synaptic and nautilus.png
Ubuntu on Windows - Synaptic package manager and Nautilus running
Developer(s) David Solomon e Joachim Gehweiler
Stable release Beta 2 (final) / May 22, 2009; 5 years ago (2009-05-22)
Operating system Microsoft Windows
Type Virtualization, Emulator
License GNU General Public License
Website www.andlinux.org

andLinux is an Ubuntu-based system using the Linux kernel designed to run a Linux environment natively on Windows systems (2000, XP, 2003, Vista, 7; 32-bit versions only). It is a FLOSS software being released under the GNU GPL license.[1] It uses the coLinux kernel to run, Xming to run X Window, PulseAudio for sound, and has the option of either using a stripped down version of KDE or XFCE.

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coLinux-AndLinux architecture
User-space
coLinux kernel
User-space
Windows kernel
Microsoft Windows
Hardware

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