hello linux fans, i have a little question, and this time a gift. i have a usb device that has software for mac os-x and would like to run it under slackware, and quite possibly a few other distro's. its an m-audio mobilepre usb, and i would like to record using the "zero latency" feature that the drivers advertise. i really really appreciate all the help this forum provides me, the information provided to me here is priceless.
i have found a few other programs that have .dmg files that i would like to run under linux. the question is a 2 part one this time. 1 can i mount a dmg image and run the software as it was ment to be run on a mac? and 2 why is it so that it is easyer to setup wine to run microsoft programs rather than dmg files witch should be a snap to run anyways?
i have a few music websites, dedicated to the linux spirit of being freely available to anyone.
(and at least 3 more music projects in the cooker)
all music recorded was recorded under audacity 1.2.6 =)