bert.rolston at clear.net.nz
Wed Sep 15 03:58:07 UTC 2004
I set up W4L on LTSP once.
It runs Win98 alright, with MS Office & Pub 2000.
We had 30 P75's with 16 MB ram as terminals.
Go to their website and look for the 'recipes'.
I'm not sure if they are supporting anything past WinME
though, so that might be a gotcha.
Check for some of my messages in the archives.
----- Original Message Follows -----
> you may want to try codeweavers.com's version of wine.
> Free trial.
> On Tue, 14 Sep 2004 15:20:08 -0500, Mark Cockrell
> <cockrell at honeygroveisd.net> wrote:
> > Does anyone have any experience with or comments on
> > Win4Lin or any other such Windows emulators running in a
> > K12LTSP environment? Is there anything Win4Lin can do
> > that WINE can't? I've got a couple of windows-only
> > applications that I would really like to be able to run
> on my thin clients and WINE can't handle them. Any
> > suggestions?
> > --
> > C-ya,
> > Mark
> > ____
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> > basketball.
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