Has anyone tried WinLinux 2000?
Gentle Giant, I am downloading it now, and with a 28.8 connection speed, it should only take 5 million years! I'll get back w/ya as soon as I have it running.
[This message has been edited by Apostle 83 (edited 10-08-99).]
Hmmmm looks interesting.
I'm thinking of looking at Linux, but is this a real Linux flavour, or just a windows-based emulator?
The web site didn't really say much to be honest.
Just got it downloaded earlier this morning myself
and hope to install it this week end. Good luck to you all.
U-96, it seems to be a true Linux but installed on Fat formatted disc rather than Linux - the site was poor on information.
[This message has been edited by Gentle Giant (edited 10-08-99).]
I've got Caldera 2.2, and it won't install with the Matrox G400. I'm hoping this will. Downloading now from a T-1, will be 20 minutes. Will install it this weekend at home, wish me luck. [img]/forum/smile.gif[/img]
Downloadin now, thanks for posting this, but it says 20 hole minutes, at 152kb/s, that is a big file!
Some "no comfiguration" it detected about half my stuff, and had drivers for only 3 of the 7 devices it detected!
I downloaded it last week.
It is just like ZipSlack except it comes with Xfree86 running KDE. It looks promising but they need to update the version of Xfree86, the current version does not support newer Video cards, the TNT and G200 where not in the list. But you can still run it in SVGA Mode.
For those that never used ZipSlack...
When you go to start WinLinux it will restart you PC in dos mode and run a batch file which will then start Linux. Those hoping for a VMWare type of program, i think your outa luck, but i could be wrong.
Any way I personally think it is a waste to download unless your on a high speed connection, or you can get it on disk.
As always please correct me if i'm wrong.
***Edited for type-o's***
[This message has been edited by Red Rage (edited 10-14-99).]
Holly Moses im downloading it at 400+K/Sec [img]/forum/smile.gif[/img] shouldnt take but 5 minutes at this speed [img]/forum/smile.gif[/img]
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