I tried using Protel 98 a couple of months ago on Wine (which is the
open-source project that Lindows is based on). I couldn't get schematic
capture to work but PCB was quite usable (though a bit slower than on
windows). Maybe later I'll try out the 99 demo version on a newer version
of Wine.



On Thu, 9 May 2002, Rene Tschaggelar wrote:

> This company commercialized a project that is supposed to be part 
> of the Linux package. Meaning : there are solutions to run windows 
> code on linux, be they named Lindows or whatever. I have no 
> experience with it.
> Since they just rout API calls from the Windows API to the Linux API,
> I expect them to be a drag. Won't matter for Office stuff, but
> drawing ?
> 
> Rene
> -- 
> Ing.Buero R.Tschaggelar - http://www.ibrtses.com
> 
> Don Ingram wrote:
> > 
> > Hi All,
> > 
> > Has anyone tried running 99Se on Lindows yet?
> > 
> > For those that haven't seen it yet, it is a commercial project done by the
> > old mp3.com ( very cashed up ) owner which allows MS Office & others to run
> > on a Linux OS with a newbie friendly front end. To say the very least, it
> > has the capacity to steal a lot of business from Bill in the future.
> 

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