All right, all right, I didn't mean to start such a brouhaha. As Chris
points out, my original question was answered, which is what I had hoped
would happen when I asked it. Thanks again.
Assistant Professor of Philosophy
Greensboro, NC 27410 USA
<cw@xxxxxxxx> To: Austin Gonyou
Sent by: cc: David Lloyd
<lloy0076@xxxxxxxxxxxx>, vricks@xxxxxxxxxxxx, Manfred
Subject: Re: Antw: Can Windows
09/24/02 06:49 PM
Getting VERY off-topic...
On Tue, Sep 24, 2002 at 05:42:06PM -0500, Austin Gonyou wrote:
> Well, why would anyone need access to windows?
I have no idea. Perhaps you should ask them?
> Windows apps?
Maybe, I really don't know. Maybe they like the pretty animated
> Well, identify which ones you can't run on linux, then see if
> win4lin or vmware fits the bill. If not then I can understand the
> dilemma, otherwise, keep all you data, while in linux, on the VFAT
> partition that you share with your windows half. That way when you
> boot in to either OS, it's on both.
Someone asked if there was XFS access under Windows, and the answer is
pretty much *NO* (without something like vmware).
Whether they need to run Windows, or choose to isn't the issue for
this list. Arguably, it's none of anyones business but theirs.