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Old 06-21-2003, 10:55 PM   #1
LINUXID10T
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Hello everyone,

I am beginning my trek into UNIX and LINUX and wanting to know about compatibility with classic environment and in OS X. Does anyone have any information on getting LINUX for classic?

I have not been able to find it on anywhere yet.

However, the UNIX terminal seems to be working right, so far, on OS X.

I am still trying to figure how to get it on my Windows system. I figured I might as well get it on the major OS. and see how it goes

Thanks,

LINUXID10T

 
  


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