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Re: Graphical Satellite Tracking with Linux

"Robin Callender" <robin_callender@hotmail.com> wrote:

>Just out of curiosity, has anyone run some of the standard Windows 
>satellite tracking software under Linux + Wine (Windows Emulator)?
>I was going to try this on a newly installed Fedora Core 3 system, but I 
>can't seem to find Wine in this verion of the Fedora 3 distro.
>(At this point I am assuming some operator error as it was in previous 
>version of RedHet distros)

Never tried it. If you want to run Windows programs,
why are you wasting your time with Linux?

FWIW: I downloaded predict, gsat et al yesterday and
had it going in about 10 minutes on the box I'm using right
now (Slackware 9.1, kernel This included down-
loading, building and installing FreeType and xplanet.

But then I *do* do Unix (Solaris and Linux) for a living.
YMMV. :-)

Laura Halliday VE7LDH     "Que les nuages soient notre
Grid: CN89mg                       pied a terre..."
ICBM: 49 16.05 N 122 56.92 W     - Hospital/Shafte
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