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Re: [tdf-discuss] need help off this list - need Linux package choice help


On 10/24/2016 01:07 AM, Richard wrote:
First thing that comes to mind is to install VirtualBox in Ubuntu then
install WinXP or whatever you need to run your old Win prog. Guessing that
you will need min 4 GiB, though 8 is probably better, but maybe not?

I really want to get a package for Ubuntu, so I do not have to use Windows. I do not have the "room" for a VirtualBox version of Windows. The only system that space for it has only 2gig ram and is an old, slow, desktop. I have XP and Win7 install CDs, The Win7 are tied to the Win10 upgrades. But, really, I do not want to go back to using Windows if at all possible. The only reason I have Win10 installed as a second partitions is due to a photo editor and the use of a CD label creation editor and printer. Both I have not used for several months.


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[tdf-discuss] need help off this list - need Linux package choice helpTim---Kracked_P_P---webmaster <webmaster@krackedpress.com>
Re: [tdf-discuss] need help off this list - need Linux package choice helpRichard <richard.holt@gmail.com>
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