From: Richard Ishida (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Date: Tue Apr 10 2007 - 12:30:16 CST
If all else fails, you want to try this Web-based tool:
W3C (World Wide Web Consortium)
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> Subject: Re: Beta version of Unibook 5.1
> John Knightley and Henrik Theiling asked:
> > Yes a version of unibook for Linux would be very useful for
> those of
> > us who don't use Windows, since Mac OS 10 is based on Darwin Linux,
> > the same source package would probably work for apple.
> > > Is there or will there be a source code version to be
> usable under,
> > > say, Linux?
> Asmus may well respond with more details, but I can assure
> you that the answer is no. Unibook has a long history of
> development, but it is very, very Windows-specific, and there
> is zero chance that it could be ported to Linux.
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