On Thu, Nov 01, 2001 at 09:57:36AM +1100, Justin Mason wrote:
>> "Wynne, Conor" said:
> > But they do say that there is some proprietry software with nice
> > installshield wizards and such. Like doze with unix stability or something
> > like that.
> > Give the nice people $99 if you like but I gather it's Wine in a box -> will
> > run just as many 'doze binaries as Wine, being that it is Wine. This may or
> > may not be regarded as kewl, depending on your point of view.
>> I think I'd pay $99 to get Wine that *worked*. ;)
OK! OK! - I stand (or sit) corrected. I knew, in an abstract kind of way,
that Wine was tricky to get working but I didn't think it was that big a
deal. I've never tried to use it because I have a VMWare license which runs
'doze just fine for when I'd like to look at something with IE and which I
also use for BBC development.
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