I'm a Linux loving guy, but it has always driven me crazy that Yahoo.com - and a number of other things - looked like hell when viewed in Slackware (and other Linux distros). By the way, in Slackware 12.0 the cure is as simple as copying these files to /usr/share/fonts/TTF and running fc-cache;in other distros you may need to do some futzing around. I've included a page from the net that gives directives for making these work in older versions of Slackware; presumably these may help on other distros (I have no idea).
Can confirm it runs on Lucid (including 64bit) It should work on any system as far as I can tell. If you want to enable antialiasing for WINE apps, edit /home/username/.wine/user.reg and replace line "UserPreferenceMask" and above with: WINE REGISTRY Version 2
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It's a MultiBoot CD Created by me, on request of a friend, Has Loads of tools: Utilities: Hiren's Boot CD 9.8 (In itself a mega tools disc) Ultimate Boot CD 5.0 B12 (or 17) Beta R - Drive Image (Boot Disc)
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Power cord to power plug circuit board Fan screws There are three screws keeping the fan into place with the heatsink.
Ubuntu and Ubuntu derivatives (such as Kubuntu) obtain software from packages which are stored in repositories . Ubuntu's default repository includes Wine, however if you want to stay up to date with the latest Wine package you can use WineHQ's by following these instructions. Adding the WineHQ PPA Repository: Open the Software Sources menu by launching the Ubuntu Software Center and selecting Edit->Software Sources . Choose the Other Software tab and click Add . Then, copy and paste the line below .
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