year, but no month?
Why does the subject contain the year, but not the month?
8 posts • joined 18 Jul 2007
Marketing: "Honestly guys, the removal of the letter t from the website will put us in first place for "c" searches on google!".
Web Developer: "I wrote a regular expression and now I have two problems. First I can't remove upper case Ts, and secondly I broke the website".
Mr. Anderson, what good is a tit if you have no t's?
Of course the obvious response is "install windows", but I'm going to go beyond that simply because it's clear you don't know and it's on my RSS feed.
I thought everyone knew that you can't run windows applications on Linux. I guess I'm wrong, so I thought I'd share this valuable knowledge.
Having said that there is the WINE project (see: http://www.winehq.org/) and similar software applications that allow you to run supported windows applications, especially games (see: http://blog.linuxoss.com/2008/04/winecedegacrossover-games-windows-gaming-on-linux/), however do bare in mind that wine v1.0 only came out in July, after 15 years. (see: http://tech.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=08/06/17/1547241).
All this aside, the best way around this is to use software that is native to Linux instead of trying to trick the windows software.
For opening your Autocad Drawing files on Linux, I would see if there is an open source alternative that will let you do this.
The Audocad filetype is DXF, and the wikipedia provides a list of software that supports it (see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dxf#Software_which_supports_DXF), also you can find a list of Linux computer aided design software in the wikipedia (see: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Category:Linux_computer-aided_design_software). Just work out which application appears in both articles. (At a glance I see blender is in both, try that).
In the case of Thunderbird, you should be able to just download and install the Linux version provided by Mozilla.
For the Acer Aspire One, you may find there are steps (see: http://www.laptopmag.com/advice/how-to/aspire-one-apps.aspx) you need to take to gain access to the "advanced" features.
Or, you can just give it to me...
That's right, it's Kingston Communications, while we all suffer with BT, they get their own ISP...
That is what Hull is probably most famous for...
Also to note: "Kingston upon Hull" is more usually referred to simply as Hull.
I like KCOM as they own Eclipse, which is a fantastic ISP.
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