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I would like to start a discussion on Windows emulators, such as WINE and 
Win4Lin. Win4Lin is a commercial product which appears to be both a Windows 
API as well as a virtual machine.
It is currently listed as $49.95, and fits into the region between WINE and 
VMWare. They seem to be targeting IT managers. I would like to hear of 
anyone who has used this product.

I am also considering a future BLU meeting where we can explore ways for 
Linux users to run Windows applications. Or even better, a way to get 
Windows users to switch to Linux.

Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
Boston Linux and Unix user group

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