no flames, please.
kline at tao.thought.org
Fri Mar 11 16:59:20 PST 2005
On Fri, Mar 11, 2005 at 05:49:24PM -0500, Don Tyson wrote:
> I am running XandrOS Linux on an old Digital PC box. It is almost
> scarily Windows-like, but installs in a snap and, if you buy the
> full edition, comes with Crossover Office for all the Windows
> applications you can't wait to run. On another test box (a Dell), MS Office
> ran just fine under XandrOS Linux and Crossover Office.
> It updates just like Windows Update (which is good or bad, depending
> on your point of view).
Or maybe you mean: All the Windows apps you can't wait to
have crash and burn!! Can you run this flavor of Linux
and dual-boot FBSD? About the *only* thing I want to use
Win for is the billions and billions of CD apps. Like
French, and "make your own greeting cards" and maybe a
few classic card/board games.
PS: When did DEC ever have a PeeCee? I remember their
11/* machines fondly; the next thing I knew they got
bought out by a PC firm.
Gary Kline kline at thought.org www.thought.org Public service Unix
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