yes...it would be great to see it, not sure if the instructions would work though
Co Linux is real fast....basically native speed of the OS's is achieved for both OSs at the same time.
(it's not really like a VM) It's not really virtualization
Cooperative Linux is significantly
different from full x86 virtualization, which generally work by running the guest OS in a less privileged mode than that of the host kernel, and having all resources delegated by the host kernel. In contrast, Cooperative Linux runs a specially modified Linux kernel that is Cooperative in that it takes responsibility for sharing resources with the NT kernel and not instigating race conditions.
This is what i found here...if you find it interesting.http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cooperative_Linux
i remember Portable ubuntu being real fast. Just same as a native boot.