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filmNut

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Looking to make my ASUS Eee PC 2G Surf not so archaic, i guess i can download wine as a windows emulator, says it depends on windbind, i cannot seem to find where i can download that from. also would this make the desktop look like a typcial xp (lets say) desktop, and when it comes to installing do i have to manipulate script cause thats where i stop un less i have a detailed tutorial to follow.

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Edited by filmNut, 24 April 2009 - 11:43 AM.

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hawklord

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my guess is that you have xandros on your lappy and you have the default desktop,

doing a google i found this

KDE for xandros

i have never used an eee pc so i don't know whether it works properly, but i can't see why not

hope this helps
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Which Distro are are you using, and how are you trying to install wine?

Edited by Havoc62381, 06 May 2009 - 03:51 PM.

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sry forgot to mention, No wine will not make your os look like windows.
Also winbind is part of samba. Is samba installed?
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