some solutions i can think about
- If you have any linux machine in you LAN you can use it with windows with a ssh client (putty), transfer the files to the other machine using ssh, and run the program on them if you need, this is the easiest way, its how i do it in my home.
- you can use a live cd like Slax
to run it, make a slackware package with umb-scheme, convert the package to a .img file, edit slax iso and put the image in it, burn the cd, and if everything went fine you can boot slax on your windows partition and use umb-scheme.
- install linux in another HDD or partition, boot linux, run the program on your windows HDD/partition.
- There is also ZipSlack
, it pretty small and can be installed in FAT32 partitions, but i have never tested it.