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Originally posted by jumpforjoy001 I'm new to linux, and I need the sims 2 work, or else I'm putting windows back on my machine. Which Windows emulator or something can I get so the sims 2 would work!!!
I also have the sims 2 university
I have don a census and the sim community does not like Linux, therefore it's up to them...
Originally posted by jumpforjoy001 K if i can't get it to work, back to windows XP
We are not trying to recruit people here... It is not up to us to make something work or you will go back to windows... sure there are things that will not work in Linux but if you abandon a good OS on that premis then you miss the point of Linus and are probably better of using Windows...
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