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Old 09-11-2004, 01:01 PM   #1
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Street Atlas / Street Finder clone for Linux?

Anyone know of something similar to Rand McNally's Street Finder or Delorme's Street Atlas for Linux? If not, does anyone know if either of the above can run inside of wine?
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Best way to find out if something works in Wine is just to try it.
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I would have preferred to find something native to Linux, but I guess it doesn't exist.
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DeLorme 2008 on Linux Mint

I run DeLorme 2008 on Linux Mint using VirtualBox. Basically I install Windows XP on VirtualBox and then DeLorme on top of that. Getting the USB to work is a pain but I use DeLorme everyday in my work.

Even still I'd love to see a GPS Mapping solution native to Linux. I see there are some GPS programs and have got it to show me where I was on a map. But I'd really like to work with somebody getting something closer to the functionality of DeLorme or Streets.
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