Subject: Re: Sort of off-topic, but....
To: None <>
From: Chris Clymer <>
List: netbsd-users
Date: 02/13/2005 07:07:50
Services For UNIX/CYGWIN works with XP Home just fine.  Anyone who has said 
otherwise is misinformed, as I have it on the windows partition of my laptop 
whichs is, you guessed it, XP Home.

SFU's main requirement is an NTFS filesystem.  Win95/98/ME all used FAT 
filesystems, which is likely the only reason you could not use the current 
release of SFU with them.

SFU also works win Win2k just fine...again, assuming its installed on an NTFS 

On Saturday 12 February 2005 9:42 pm, Richard Rauch wrote:
> On Sat, Feb 12, 2005 at 10:47:07PM +0100, Matthias Buelow wrote:
>  [...]
> > cleaner than the Cygwin mess, and, unlike Interix, it also works on XP
> > Home, and Win98/ME etc.
> If Interix won't work with XP Home, it's of no use to me.  (I went
> to get it, but the silly MS home page required a registration.
> After doing that, I found that it still didn't like to talk to
> links so I was unable to download it.  I was a little surprised,
> though in retrospect I'm not sure why I expected them to be able
> to support standards-based protocols.  I was going to try with
> another browser, but if it won't work on my new system, there's
> really no point.)