On 5/4/06, Paul Jakma <paul at clubi.ie> wrote:
> On Thu, 4 May 2006, Steven Satelle wrote:
>> > I'm 3 years into an OpenU honours degree in computing.
>> To drag this vaguely on-topic:
>> What's the course like? In particular, is it Linux friendly? I
> remember having a look at the OpenU CSish courses a few years ago and
> it seemed a bit windows-centric in places. Is windows required?
>to be honest, it isn't linux friendly by design, I've gotten all the
little applications working so far by using wine. or some are java
based. The only real problem I've had was with the smalltalk ide last
year, which would segfault if I tried to copy and paste into an
openoffice doc from it, could go into a plain text file fine, but not
into an openoffice doc and since I'm only doing the programming
modules, it doesn't matter what os (at least it isn't vb)
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