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NightWolf_NZ 09-10-2003 09:00 PM

writing Linux shell scripts in Windows
 
Sorry to even bring up windows but Is there a way I can write scripts for linux and run them in Win2K? I only ask because I'm having huge problems with my Red Hat 9.0 install hardware wise and I have a very important assignment due in a few days :(

So if this is possible (telnet aside though) any suggestions would be greatly appreciated

2damncommon 09-10-2003 09:12 PM

Why not use Knoppix?

NightWolf_NZ 09-10-2003 09:22 PM

Doh!!
 
Hey why the heck not? Well I spose I could do that at home but I'll get shot if I install it at uni

so where's the best place to get it from?

also I downloaded a program called WinaXe Plus is this anygood and will it help my problem?

2damncommon 09-10-2003 09:28 PM

http://www.knoppix.com/
Getting to the Knoppix download can be confusing as the index page has a rant about European software patents.
You will need to go to the "Closed because of "Software-Patents"" paragraph and click on the "Knoppix" link there.
The Knoppix run from CD will allow you to work in Linux without installing anything on your hard drive.


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