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Old 08-13-2008, 03:25 PM   #1
kelinu
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Question Compiling "gok" or "onboard" to a floppy or pendrive...


Hi,
Is it possible to compile gok or onboard (linux onscreen keyboard packages) to a pen drive or, more preferably a floppy or cd. If it is, could someone please tell me how...

Any help is greatly appreciated

Thanks

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