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Old 01-05-2006, 10:39 AM   #16
Registered: Oct 2005
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MORROLAN i told him 2 wine opera for windows because THAT IS WHAT I DID when i failed 2 install opera for LINUX in tar.gz format and i still wine opera havent installed it though i know it and since he had installed linux just hour ago my personal prespective is he lil need loads of wining and also transferring of fat32 data 2 ext2 i didnot mean 2 b defiant its a meare change of approach to a problem ...
by the way NICDAUG , 2 things that came as a shock 2 me after i ran linux for about 6 months (well v r in a different places and times ) but U CAN RUN SOME WINDOWS APPS IN LINUX AND CAN READ AND WRITE windows partitions
SORRY PPL IF U FELT my approach was negative .....
Old 01-05-2006, 04:51 PM   #17
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thanks for the help


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