[lug] NTFS for windows emulators and an OT comment
LittleViggy at alum.manhattan.edu
Tue Oct 15 12:00:11 MDT 2002
You can, however remember that the NTFS kernel write drivers are (AFAIK)
experimental and may screw up your drive.
Wine works pretty good. I've been able to use Microsoft Word, Excel,
Internet Explorer, and Trillian (http://www.trillian.cc) with it. I
haven't tried anything else, though. I have Wine pointed at my WinME
installation (the machine is dual boot, Linux/WinME; it's my laptop, and
it's got a Winmodem built in).
Scott Herod wrote:
> I have recently received some windows software that I would like to use.
> I have a dual boot machine with NT on a separate drive which is formatted
> with NTFS. I would really like to be able to use the sofware without
> having to boot back and forth between linux ( which I usually run ) and
> NT. Can I place the software on my NT partition and access it with any of
> the emulators? Speaking of emulators, is WINE the one of choice?
> On a separate subject, OT but somewhat related to last Thursdays talk, the
> Camera had a blurb today announcing ten new Wallace and Grommit short
> Woo Hoo!
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