> And then there's games - big trade-off's there...
> It could be done, but it would be quite a restrictive cafe (no, you cant
> run that, it's microsoft, no you can't open that, it needs such-and-such
> companys 'special' win32 program etc.....sorry - you can go to the cyber
> cafe round the corner....etc...
>> Anyway, it's something I would love, and have considered it many times,
> but it's not plauseable(yet).
> God - it would be great!!
What's the story with setting X to run windows if you log in as blah. You could
run a full screen vmware session?
(Dual processor 400 should do that fine :))
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