First off I have a couple questions for you:
1. What Linux distribution are you attempting to run?
2. What Linux kernel are you attempting to run?
3. How long have you been attempting to run Linux?
4. Have you asked for any help from comp.os.linux.help,
comp.os.linux.setup, comp.os.linux.answers, etc?
5. Have you attempted to seek help from a local Linux Users Group (LUG)?
6. Have you attempted to find a seasoned Linux user/users in your local
7. Why are you posting to comp.os.solaris?
> Dear * Citizens,
> Hello, how do you do ?
> Here, I appeal all you to give me a hand over the problems follows:
> 1) About UNIX OS:
> A) Which OS (Linux, SUN Solaris for x86 or some other UNIX or UNIX-like
> OS ?) supports more printers (i.e. drivers for more printers available)
> , including various models of injet printers currently fashionable (e.g.
> Deskjet 600 series, EPSON Style series & Canon BJC series) ?
You can not download Solaris/x86 for free. If you do find suchQuote:
> B) Where can we download SUN Solaris for x86 of the latest version (I
> mean the FULL VERSION and NOT THE UPDATE PATCHES !) completely
> free-of-charge on the Internet ?
a location the software is either pirated (illegal) or a ruse.
> C) Where can we download the drivers for various UNIX OSs (e.g. Linux,
> SUN Solaris for x86 or some other UNIX or UNIX-like OS) for various
> models of injet printers currently fashionable (e.g. Deskjet 600 series,
> EPSON Style series & Canon BJC series) free-of-charge ?
Answer for A, B, C, D, and E: none the I know of.Quote:
> 2) About FREE UNIX Account:
Have you tried to read the HOW-TO's?Quote:
> 3) About Emulators for UNIX:
> A) I had tried to compile the various releases of WINE, a Windows
> Emulator for Linux, under Slackware Linux (of Kernel 2.0.30) many times
> BUT had failed in creating the object code WINE or had encountered error
> in running WINE .
> Then, what're the PROBLEMS ? HOW TO SOLVE THEM ?
> (Please give me ALL THE POSSIBLE SOLUTIONS .)
Wine and Twins are only for 16-bit Windows' applications.Quote:
> B) Where can we get the OBJECT CODE(S) of WINE for Linux (of Kernel
> 2.0.30) on the
> Internet ?
> C) Is there any better ALTERNATIVE TO WINE (the object codes more
> ,downloadable free-of-charge AND tolerating running Windows 95 programs
> as well, on the Internet ?
There is SoftWindows from Insignia which runs under MacOS, HP-UX, etcQuote:
> D) Is there any program called Soft Windows or SoftWindows on the
> Internet, tolerating
> running most MS-DOS or/& Windows 3.XX or/& Windows95 applications
> smoothly ?
but not under Linux. It is not free.
The Caldera Linux distribution has WABI available as an option.
I do not do windows. ;-)Quote:
> 4) About Hardware for PC:
> A) When I run WinPlay Application Version 2.20 or Implay11 to play a VCD
> in my CD-ROM
> drive under Windows 95, the play screen displays mosaic and then there
> is no further
> play !
<major snip concerning W95 questions>
--Quote:> Your fast reply would be much appreciated !
> I look forwards to hearing from you soon !
> Thank you VERY VERY VERY MUCH !!!
Terry L. Ridder
Blue Danube Software (Blaue Donau Software)
"We do not write software, we compose it."
When the toast is burnt
and all the milk has turned
and Captain Crunch is waving goodbye
when the Big One finds you
may this song remind you that they
don't serve breakfast in hell