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...as far as CrossOver office, many people I've talked to told me that Codeweavers just had too much time to try to get M$ Office working under Linux. (not me though ) Still, I like OpenOffice and StarOffice better.
dushkinup, relating to your sig, you pronounce SuSE like the girl's name "Suzy". I used to think it was Sue-Say. Anyway, what's the point of Morrowind? I've never heard of it. It sounds like an RPG, like Final Fantasy or something.
Last edited by lectraplayer; 03-08-2004 at 01:56 PM.
Location: Alpha Quadrant, sol system, earth, asia, Israel.
Distribution: Computer I : Slackware 9.1 ; Computer II : Windows XP
Yes, It's an RPG. But not just an RPG - It creates a living world inside your computer. You only have a few missions you must do and afterwards you just freelance in the wild, join guilds or just kill people.
I used to have about five characters before I switched to Linux. Though Linux fulfils most of my needs.. I... I <sniff> I Wanna play Morrowind!
I'm running a sound-studio with windows 2000
It would have been cool to have cubase running in linux, with that fast and stable source, it would have been like heaven
And ofcourse full-duplex for my eight i/o soundcard, hehe...