On 3 Mar 2006, at 22:55, Conall O'Brien wrote:
>> Thanks for the info.
>> I'm surprised WiFi and Bluetooth should be particularly difficult.
>> I would have thought they were reasonably OS-independent.
>> Except Apple products use their own WiFi and Bluetooth hardware
No, they don't, they use available components. But WiFi and, to a
lesser extent, Bluetooth chipsets have historically proved troublesome
for Linux as some vendors have been very reluctant to provide
>> So the grand-daughter can play Sims-2.
>> Out of curiosity, what's wrong with playing The Sims 2 natively on the
I rather doubt that there is a version of Sims 2 for OX-S / Intel and I
don't think you'd want to run a game under Rosetta.
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