On Thu, 7 Sep 2000, Martin Dalecki wrote:
> > I've done an implementation of some of the Win32 "system calls" in a kernel
> > module in an attempt to speed up Wine.
> 1. Linux is UNIX not NT... (in terms of API)
What about a Win32 personality?
> 2. WINE in itself is barely usefull - even in fact non existant, since
> there is
> no official stable release out there.
Erm, ever seen Adobe Photopaint for Linux? It's basically the Windows .exe
plus a wine that can do all the syscalls Photopaint needs.
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