Okay, I searched for a while, Googled it, searched around here, couldn’t find anything. Hopefully I’ve got the right section of the Forums, this seemed the closest.
Anyway, I’ve got a computer with a single 80 GB Hard Drive with Windows XP on an ~40 GB Partition, and SUSE seems to have split itself into sections in the rest (like an ~19 GB Home, ~12 GB rest-of-SUSE, and there’s an ~5 GB Swap thingy) so it’s all on the same thing, boots up nicely in either (other than Windows having less and less when I find more and more that SUSE has that Windows doesn’t) and here’s the thing, I don’t have space on my SUSE partition to install some games that say they only work on Windows anyway, I’ve found things that say to make them work on Linux but I don’t have the room, and they’re installed on Windows anyway…
My question: Is it possible to boot Windows inside like a Workspace or something on SUSE?
(well, my real question is how do I do that, I know it’s possible, but you get the picture)
I’ve got dual 3.06 Ghz Processors, 896 MB RAM, 128 MB ATI Radeon Xpress thing (I think it’s built into the motherboard) so I’m sure I’ve got enough (my dad uses a computer with roughly 1/4 the power in each of those areas and runs Windows XP fine, I’m sure SUSE isn’t using up 3/4 of my hardware just running) to have two operating systems up (I wouldn’t mind going through steps that limit either one while both are up and running, in fact I mostly intend to not use much of SUSE while Windows is up anyway, just a couple things like Kopete still up in the background and such) at the same time, does anyone know how I can do this (without like losing files or screwing up either one, can’t mess up SUSE because I like it and my brother who half-owns the machine refuses to let me allow harm to befall the Windows Partition)
A friend did the partitioning for me so if there’s any of that I’d need instructions on how to mess around with those, and I’ve been using SUSE since a couple weeks after 11.0 came out (so like not even half a year) and it’s the first Linux OS that I’ve actually been able to use (the ones before that I wouldn’t even count time spent on those, they kept crashing and I never learned anything other than that I don’t like Gnome and KDE 4 crashes miserably when I try to use it) so I don’t really know a lot, I’ve mostly been using the Graphical Programs (so telling me to install something via Command Line will take a few steps on how to do that) so yeah…
Just making sure I actually bother to mention that, hopefully everyone’s patient with me…thanks.