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Chciałbyś uruchomić Linuxa na windowsie? oto 1 z 2 sposobów

MinGW, a contraction of „Minimalist GNU for Windows”, is a minimalist development environment for native Microsoft Windows applications.

MinGW provides a complete Open Source programming tool set which is suitable for the development of native MS-Windows applications, and which do not depend on any 3rd-party C-Runtime DLLs. (It does depend on a number of DLLs provided by Microsoft themselves, as components of the operating system; most notable among these is MSVCRT.DLL, the Microsoft C runtime library. Additionally, threaded applications mustship with a freely distributable thread support DLL, provided as part of MinGW itself).

MinGW compilers provide access to the functionality of the Microsoft C runtime and some language-specific runtimes. MinGW, being Minimalist,does not, and never will, attempt to provide a POSIX runtime environment for POSIX application deployment on MS-Windows. If you want POSIX application deployment on this platform, please consider Cygwin instead.

Primarily intended for use by developers working on the native MS-Windows platform, but also available for cross-hosted use, (see note below — you may need to follow the „read more” link to see it), MinGW includes:

  • A port of the GNU Compiler Collection (GCC), including C, C++, ADA and Fortran compilers;
  • GNU Binutils for Windows (assembler, linker, archive manager)
  • A command-line installer (mingw-get) for MinGW and MSYS deployment on MS-Windows
  • A GUI wrapper (mingw-get-inst) for the command line installer

MSYS, a contraction of „Minimal SYStem”, is a Bourne Shell command line interpreter system. Offered as an alternative to Microsoft’s cmd.exe, this provides a general purpose command line environment, which is particularly suited to use with MinGW, for porting of many Open Source applications to the MS-Windows platform; a light-weight fork of Cygwin-1.3, it includes a small selection of Unix tools, chosen to facilitate that objective.

Drugim sposobem jest virtualizacja coś na ten temat możecie znaleźć tutaj:


Boot USB live Backtracx Linux | Botowalny pendrive z Linux Backtrack’iem

BackTrack Live USB Install

This method of getting a live install to a USB drive is the simplest available using Unetbootin. Note that we will format the USB drive and erase its contents.

  1. Plug in your USB Drive (Minimum USB Drive capacity 2 GB)
  2. Format the USB drive to FAT32
  3. Download Unetbootin from
  4. Start Unetbootin and select diskimage (use the backtrack-final ISO)
  5. Select your USB drive and click “OK” for creating a bootable BackTrack USB drive
  6. Log into BackTrack with the default username and password root / toor.
  7. Ja jednak zalecam przed zalogowaniem sie do Xów „startx” zmienić domyślne hasło „passwd” gdyż jeśli wasz backtrack przejdzie w stan uśpienia hasło domyślne nie będzie działać.