How can one say Linux is $-free . . . ?
DaveM at Mich.Com
Tue Jan 2 02:51:29 UTC 2007
At 11:24 PM 12/20/2006 , "YAGNESH N DESAI" wrote:
>This is reply to a old topic which I raised when I just started using LINUX.
>This is to put to the record that I am still using Linux (feels good to
>I have learnt a lot which I can use for rest of my life unlike what has
>my learnings in M$ most of my applications on DOS 6.2 are not at all
>on XP and on Vista I will have to organize the funeral for those. Also I
>redo the coding of those in VB. (If Vb is not supported in 2009 then
I am a bit behind in reading the list, so sorry for the delay in
responding. But I am reasonably sure that DOS will run quite nicely in a
virtual machine under Linux. I have used VMware to run WinME and Win2K and
it is amazing how well it works at keeping legacy applications alive.
Davem (at) Mich (dot) Com
Ann Arbor, Mich. USA
Inter-networked computers give you freedom.
The "Trusted Computing Platform" could take that freedom away.
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