[BLUG] More tasty Wine goodness
matthewzin at gmail.com
Fri Jul 18 13:27:35 EDT 2008
Thanks for the tip - I'm looking forward to trying it out. As I am a
musician, I may have to check out Fruity Loops too. . . .
On Fri, Jul 18, 2008 at 10:24 AM, Mark Krenz <mark at slugbug.org> wrote:
> Now I can see why the Wine team released 1.0. It runs so much its hard
> to believe. It seems magical to run all this Windows software in Linux.
> 8 years ago I thought that it was somewhat crazy to try to implement a
> windows subsystem for Linux, but now its easy to see that the time was
> well worth it. Nearly any program that I've tried to run in Wine works
> pretty well. Many things run completely. Its amazing. I'm running Wine
> 1.1.1 on Ubuntu. I've had to copy a few DLLs over from Windows, but
> only about 10 of them. Some programs work best if you enclose them
> inside Wine's virtual desktop emulator. This is helpful for Games to if
> you don't want them to be full screen.
> Right now I'm running the demo version of this music production
> software called Fruity Loops (version 8) in it. It runs really well
> too. Fruity loops is the program that I used 8 years ago to write I
> Can't Print (http://suso.suso.org/aural/icantprint.mp3)
> Mark Krenz
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