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Old 08-20-2004, 09:24 AM   #1
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Reverse Engineering to see LINUX grow faster

Hi to everybody.

I am currently "unbooked", and was wondering if there is something running on Win32 OSs that need to be reverse engineered to then being ported to linux...

Any idea? Any place to get these informations?

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few software programs like QuickBooks or PageMaker would be nice, but those are not the OS.

as far as M$ OS needing to be ported over to linux... there is nothing that M$ OSs do that linux does not already do better.


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