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138374Re: Loading vim package on Win XP partition without internet access.

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  • john Culleton
    Jul 6, 2013
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      On Sat, 6 Jul 2013 17:44:55 -0400
      john Culleton <John@...> wrote:

      > My not-so-new router works fine with any version of Linux but thus far
      > I am unable to convince MSWin (XP or 7) to cooperate with it. I am not
      > game to reroute all my wires to bypass the router and connect directly
      > to my cable provieder. So I am trying to find a way to download the
      > win version of Vim via Linux and then transfer that to the Win
      > partition. Unfortunately just copying an exe file to the Win
      > partition doesn't seem to work. So is there an ISO image anywhere for
      > Vim that I can download, burn on a cd and then use to put vim on my
      > win partition? I have a 64 bit pc.
      >
      Never mind, I was able to make the installer work after downloading via
      Linux.


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