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> Date: Thu, 26 Jul 2001 16:53:52 -0500
> From: Dr. Paul Harder <pharder@...>
>Subject: Re: Outlines in Unix
>Hmmm... Whoever told you that Windows programs would run in UNIX was
>either smoking something or had a very special installation of UNIX.
>There are three ways to make that work, all nonstandard. I've used all
Well, it's possible to exchange some Perl scripts and to compile some C
sources, but all these are "interpreted" program instead of "compiled"
ones: they require a platform-specific interface.
Usually I swap Perl programs from Windows to Linux and vice-versa, if they
don't require platform-specific commands like cat or dir.
Maybe it's possible to write Assembler code using directly BIOS calls for
I/O, like the power-on self test, but I don't see a practical use, because
it's too much machine-specific.
NoteTab is really useful while working on hybrid networks: there is no need
of strange CR/LF conversions!
> 3. You can buy a Sun UltraSparc
Tonight there is a couple of dozen of them on eBay, starting at 100$...
Bye, and congrats to Eric for new prizes!