a bit of trivia I found interesting
janina at rednote.net
Sat Dec 21 14:40:21 EST 2002
The moral of the story, imho, don't buy their products and tell everyone
else not to.
Gregory Nowak writes:
> From: Gregory Nowak <greg at romuald.net.eu.org>
> Yes, that's correct. The only windows ce applications it can run would be those which don't directly ask the user for input, or display output (I.E. command-line only driven programs). This is because the braille display and speech aren't registered as output devices directly in win ce.
> Also, since they ported keysoft from DOS to win ce, they could probably just as easily have ported it to the linux kernel.
> On Sat, Dec 21, 2002 at 12:53:54PM -0500, Alex Snow wrote:
> > Yeah I don't see why they think that's a good excuse. It can't run regular
> > windows ce software anyways from what I've heard.
> > Explorer has caused a general protection fault in module kernel32.dll. I'm
> > sick of Winblows!
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