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  1. #21

    Re:Questions...

    you _cannot_ partiton with DrakX
    to partition, use diskdrake, (log in as root, or run /usr/sbin/diskdrake)
    a good emulator is wine, not perfect but getting there. get the version from http://codeweavers.com
    what do you want to emulate? if i knew some more info i could steer you in the right direction
    whatdoyougetwhenyoumultiplysixbynine??

  2. #22
    iansl
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    Re:Questions...

    GamezandMSWord (until I get staroffice) By the way. Is StarOffice free? Also, I don't have a partitioner and my HD is one big 18.9 (they cheated me out of 1.1 gigs) GB FAT32 chunk.

  3. #23

    Re:Questions...

    right, thats better.
    Games:
    WineX provides a DirectX layer for linux, so any windows programs that use that _may_ run on linux with it. You need to subscribe to transgaming to get it, it costs $5/month with a minimum payment of 3 months - http://www.transgaming.com/

    some games have linux versions, check out http://www.lokigames.com/products/ for a selection
    what games do you want to play? i may be able to help more specifically.
    ---
    Office
    Codeweavers Crossover office plugin can run office and IE
    the Crossover plugin also runs apps like quicktime
    check out details and pricing at http://codeweavers.com/home/

    or you can use StarOffice. Version 5.2 is free, but bloated and ugly. Version 6 is coming out soon (Q4 i think) but sun will be charging for Windows and Linux Versions.
    You can use the free, opensource version of SO, openoffice.org, at http://openoffice.org. they have just recently released version 1.0, which is what i use. it reads basic, and some complex word files fine.

    The mandrake installer has a partition program built into it, so you can do that when you install.
    and, no they didn't cheat you out of 1.1gb, a gb is 1024mb, and a mb is 1024b.
    computer manufacturers use 1000 for these values, so a "20gb" drive is 20000000bytes, or 19.07 GB, so its about right

    Hope this helps

    Alastair
    whatdoyougetwhenyoumultiplysixbynine??

  4. #24
    iansl
    Guest

    Re:Questions...

    Righty. I'll look into it. But I'm too lazy to get out there and buy LM. Hope I can do it soon and NOT fry my HD.

  5. #25
    iansl
    Guest

    Re:Questions...

    Can you boot into Linux, then restart into 98SE, then go into Linux again without blowing everything? Also, Ididn't see Age of Empires II or Expansion (those Micro$oft people$) or Pharoah (Yohoo, Impressions!) on the site. I'm gonna lookinto wineX and also into Star and Open Office.

  6. #26
    iansl
    Guest

    Re:Questions...

    Does KDE Office come with KDE most of the time?

  7. #27
    JimH
    Guest

    Re:Questions...

    Yes, you can boot between windows and linux without any problems.

    Yes, KOffice is included with all of the Linux distributions.

    Jim H

  8. #28
    iansl
    Guest

    Re:Questions...

    Even with Cheapbytes 8.2 Set? ???

  9. #29

    Re:Questions...

    cheapbytes just resell it, it will have all the same stuff an a pack bought straight from mandrake
    otherwise, you can still grab a copy of the net at koffice.org
    whatdoyougetwhenyoumultiplysixbynine??

  10. #30
    iansl
    Guest

    Re:Questions...

    Thanks. ML 8.2 is now bought from dis page:

    http://cart.cheapbytes.com/cgi-bin/c...?xIkSktVU;;158

    Also, yet another question. Doya need any special programs not included w/win98se to let LM and Windows run smoothly together?

    Give me all the advice you can about installing and newly running LM 8.2, 'cause I got the cheapbytes v. w/o the manual (do I need a steenking manual when I have the getlinuxonline forum? No!)

    My E-mail is:

    iansl@ziplip.com

    in case anyone was to lazy to look.

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