I had Lindows. But I needed to reinstall Windows 98 (that also was on that computer), and that killed Lindows...
So I never reinstalled it, now I have 98 and 2k here.
But I wasn't impressed by Lindows. It's supposed to run both Windows and Linux prorgrams, yet it turned out that it needs to have Wine (that's what it's called, right?) installed, just like any normal Linux. And seemenigly, it suffers from all the same problems. So I fail to see the advantage.
It did recognize FAT32, though (not sure how about NTFS). But it's not all that much, and I really don't know how other Linuxes deal with it (there may be some software for this, just like Wine...).
I have no idea at all about them being sued by Microsoft. I can believe that with ease, though.
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on Thu Sep 02, 2004 8:59 pm, edited 1 time in total.