Re: open source windows
Date: Wed, 10 Sep 2003 12:44:22 +0000
Grant Edwards wrote:
> In article <3F5DBE66.firstname.lastname@example.org>, dilipkc wrote:
>>>As has been pointed out several times in this thread, what you
>>>are asking for is exactly what "wine" does: provide a Windows
>>>API for Linux.
>>Not exactly, how will you use Windows device driver with Wine ?
> The "A" in API stands for "application".
> Emulating the Windows API and emulating the windows
> kernel/driver interface are completely different projects.
good catch, I surrender. I actually meant to say driver-interface
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