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Old 06-01-2011, 02:05 PM   #1
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Iím 54 and have learned all matters PC with no instruction at all right from the days of Windows 95. Quite simply, I did something and if it didnít work, I undid it.
I became proficient enough that I regularly get calls to fix PCís with all manner of windows issues.

A year ago, I came across Linux 9.10 and just managed to get it installed on my Acer D250 Netbook.

For work, I use Outlook extensively and Iíve never been able to find the means whether with Crossover or Wine, where I can synchronise my Ipaq PDA with Outlook.
My aim is to get rid of Windows altogether and use nothing but Linux with Outlook in Crossover or Wine or similar.

If there is anything I need to do, would it be possible to advise as Iíve trawled the forums with no success.
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Have a look at

A bit old...
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Haven't tried this myself but after reading the thread I think it might help (be sure to read the comments as well as the original blog entry):
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Originally Posted by Zyzyxz View Post
Linux 9.10
The newest stable version of Linux is 2.6.

You probably mean a distribution. Which one?


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