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> Other Os's In Linux, running older operating systems (PICK)
bonjilachmid
post Jan 31 2005, 08:30 AM
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i have an old computer with only a working hard-drive, and it had PICK on it back in the day. My dad thinks some of the software on it would be useful and i was wondering if it is possible to run PICK in linux, if so, how would i go about it
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post Jan 31 2005, 09:30 AM
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I've never even heard of PICK before, so i looked it up on Wikipedia.

I really don't know if there are emulators available for Linux for PICK, it doesn't seem like something that there is much demand for. If you are a programmer, it could be an interesting venture.


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