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Will AutoIT v3 run fully and bug free in WINE windows emulator in Ubuntu? (i also mean the compiled scripts)


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Will AutoIT v3 run fully and bug free in WINE windows emulator in Ubuntu? (i also mean the compiled scripts)

Why do you think it might not? I would say that if it can't then WINE isn't emulating Windows.


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Why do you think it might not? I would say that if it can't then WINE isn't emulating Windows.

Im just makeing sure, i just got a new hdd and i want to know if i should install linux (my prefered os) or windows.


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Im just makeing sure, i just got a new hdd and i want to know if i should install linux (my prefered os) or windows.

ahh.. install Linux but need a windows emulator to be able to run all the nice programs.

I would install windows. :D


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ahh.. install Linux but need a windows emulator to be able to run all the nice programs.

I would install windows. :D

Or just dual boot.

I have run AutoIt under WINE. Even the Reg* functions worked.(And btw, WINE Is Not and Emulator!)

The question is what you need WINE for in the first place. What kind of app did you have to have Windows for?

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Or just dual boot.

I have run AutoIt under WINE. Even the Reg* functions worked.(And btw, WINE Is Not and Emulator!)

The question is what you need WINE for in the first place. What kind of app did you have to have Windows for?

:o

Rather than acting as a full emulator, Wine implements a compatibility layer, providing alternative implementations of the DLLs that Windows programs call, and processes to substitute for the Windows NT kernel.

Whats in a name. :D

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