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Re: [vox-tech] Install windows in linux Red Hat Enterprise
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Re: [vox-tech] Install windows in linux Red Hat Enterprise

On Mon 23 May 05,  3:59 PM, Jay Strauss <me@heyjay.com> said:
> Stanley Price wrote:
> >In order to run Peachtree, I need to install a windows operating system.
> >When I installed the linux on the hard drive, I have five partitioned 
> >sections.  Two are:
> >
> >   none   95,164,  with 0 used, marked dev/shm
> >   /dev/hda5   104170, 0 used, marked tmp1
> >
> >How do I install windows on the system? I am running a 686 AMD 
> >processer, (with too little RAM at the moment), and Red Hat Enterprise.
> >
> >Thanks,
> >Stanley Price
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> >
> I'll suggest one other option, just for the heck of it.  You could use 
> either VMWare or maybe (big maybe) WINE on the box, that way you don't 
> need to reboot when you want to use the functionality of the other OS
> Jay

Good suggestions.  VMware will almost certainly work.

Wine looks less certain:


It looks like Peachtree 2002 works under wine, but is unsupported by
Codeweavers.  Peachtree 2004 and 2005 don't seem to work at all under
Codeweavers.  Not a good sign.


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