Conor Lennon wrote:
>> Is it possible to install MS apps under Linux if Windows is not
> installed on the machine?
>> Say, for example, I had a machine with Linux installed on it, and no
> Then, say, I went a bit mad, and wanted to install MS Visual C++ 6 on
> the machine, and then run it using wine.
> Is that possible?
dunno. go visit www.winehq, download a precompiled binary (there are
prepackaged ones as well) and then give it a shot. let us, and the wine
folks, know what happens. the 12/12 rpm of wine i just downloaded was
just 2.5 megs - smaller then netscape ;^)
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