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I have Fedora Core 1, and ive been screwing around with Wine trying to get Juno to work under Linux. Being a bit of a n00b, I don't understand how to do alot of things. However, if I get Juno to start, it just comes up with a dialog that says "The working folder for juno could not be found; please restart your computer." I have no idea whatsoever what this means, but im assuming it uses some call or other for windows to do this.
Anyways, if I can get juno to work, would it actually be able to dial using my modem? I'll pay for linuxant drivers if I have to...as juno is what I use to access the internet. Using dialup networking or setting up an internet connection so that Linux dials the number just gets me disconnected. So, can anyone tell me if this is worth proceeding with, or should I attempt to convince my parents to switch to a different dialup service (no, theyre not doing broadband, I tried.)
Also, I saw somebody say that Juno is working on a Linux release. I looked around a bit online but I've seen no indication this is true or not. Thanks.