Roy Schestowitz wrote:
> John Bokma wrote:
>> Toby Inkster wrote:
>>> John Bokma wrote:
>>>> I have some of the ports of GNU things insalled. I used Cygwin in
>>>> the past, but ended up with two Perl versions :-D.
>>> Ah, but Cygwin provides an X server.
>> Yup, at the moment no need for it. Installed Cygwin ages ago on a
>> win2k box, but it's like running one and a half OS.
>> I have plans to look at co-linux in the feature.
> If you have a remote Linux machine which you can access, then also
> consider PuTTY <http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/>
> with X-Server such as the ones from Labtam
I have used MI/X (or something like that) ages ago :-). But I'll remember
the link. Yesterday I saw a shop selling a Mac mini, so who knows :-D.
> I installed Cygwin when I was younger,
> but it's only essential if you must work on the native O/S.
For some stuff I SSH (PuTTY indeed) to a box I have shell access on. But
most stuff I do runs on XP. (Although recently I had a nasty suprise:
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