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Old 11-21-2005, 04:45 PM   #1
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Viewing Learnkey cbt software in Linux

Its a stupid question, but I can't find a good solution.

Is there a way to view Learnkey computer based training cds on linux?

I am doing my best to migrate all my pcs to Linux only, but misc bs stuff and games have kept me from getting rid of M$ all together.

I am an information junkie so I like viewing these cbts in my spare time.
I would love to do it in linux.
I am not crazy about wine, but if that is the only answer so be it.
I tried viewing the individual content pieces that were in .avi and some other format. They either wouldn't play or came out garbled.



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