Re: [empire-deluxe] Keeping ED alive
- I wonder if ED for windows would run under WINE (the windows emulator for Linux).
The interesting thing about that is that WINE emulates windows at the system call level, so all of
the device layer and lower stuff is handeled by Linux. This has a couple of interesting effects,
one of which is that you get around the problem of older operating systems not being able to run
on modern hardware. WINE has the ability to emulate the win3.1, win95, win98, and winNT system
I wonder if WINE isn't the best answer (when it works) for legacy software running on recent
I don't know when I'll have time to try this out are report back, or if I will. If I do, however,
I'll be sure to let y'all know about it.
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- what to play live ED sometime? my icq # is 143702014 please let me know
>From: "David M. Bott" <david.m.bott@...>_________________________________________________________________
>Subject: Re: [empire-deluxe] Keeping ED alive
>Date: Thu, 10 Jan 2002 16:39:11 -0500
>At 03:38 PM 01 10, 2002 , you wrote:
> >If we want to keep ED alive and continue to have websites devoted to it,
> >able to find live and PBEM players, and have tournaments, we need to
> >to hang on to our older computer equipment and operating software. It
> >wouldn't be too hard to rig up a system with a few Y-cables or A/B
> >so that a single monitor, keyboard and mouse could be used for two
>Look for KVM switches (Keyboard, Video, Mouse) to run two "boxes" using one
>set. I am planning to have such a setup at my house. I'm currently
>running Win98SE on one (266mhz cpu) and Win2K on the other (1ghz cpu) with
>network but I have to use two desks to fit them in. The KVM switch is
>about $100 plus cabling ($30). Clears a lot of deskspace! Belkin and
>others make the switches using USB or PS/2 or other connectors. Beware
>that the KVM switches designed for managing "banks" of computers can be
>priced in the $300-$1500, but you don't need all the extra gadgetry that
>comes with those. Look for the cheap ones that will run 2-4 PS2 or USB
>computers. You can put network cards in both and a hub for less than $100
>too. Then you can have them share the same modem for internet connection
> >Just a friendly reminder from your neighborhood Emperor. This has been a
> >public service announcement.
> >-- Emperor MaX Power
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- I'm running the same configuration, except Windows 98 (with patches).
Works like a champ.
I've actually been pretty lucky that I've managed to avoid the various
problems so many others have had with updates and upgrades. Let this
continue; so mote it be.
From the High, Cold, Snowy Mountains of Colorado
----- Original Message -----
From: "Roy Vandersteen" <arvee@...>
Sent: Friday, January 11, 2002 5:56 PM
Subject: Re: [empire-deluxe] Keeping ED alive
> Having Lurked a while it seems some are more foryunate than others, I am
running a Pentium3
> 933mhz and Windows XP and ED for windows works fine ??
> Roy Vandersteen
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Having Lurked a while it seems some are more foryunate than others, I am running a Pentium3
933mhz and Windows XP and ED for windows works fine ??