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Date: 2008jan19 Keywords: virtualization Distro: RedHat/Fedora/CentOS Q. My system dual boots Windows and Red Hat Fedora. How do I run Windows on Red Hat Fedora? A. Use QEMU. In a GNOME Terminal windows do this:dnf install qemu qemu -hda /dev/sda -localtime &Assuming /dev/sda is your boot drive. This restarts your computer in a GNOME window! Select Windows from the GRUB menu and proceed as if you had booted normally. Warning: I hear really bad things happen if you let it boot into the Fedora again. Be sure to shutdown Windows in the usual way. Don't just click on the close [X] icon.
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