|Subject:||Re: Installing Wordperfect 2000 in wine
|Date:||Tue, 08 Jan 2008 10:16:32 -0500
|From:||Dennis Santoro <RDAPres@NoRDASpamWorldWide.com>
If he has P9 install all he needs is legal licences for 9 or above to
install them, no? So he could get current ones, buy a license pack (if
they are still available, they were for just Pdox once you bought the
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Steven Green wrote:
>> I was wondering if anyone remembers where the service packs are for it?
> all the SP links are on my URL Links page.. Bertil has them listed on his
> site, too..
>> I'll have to get with Steve and get legal copies of 9 though.....
> easier said than done, these days.. right now, I've got a small stash of P9
> and Suite 2000, but that has NOT been the norm over the past year.. it's
> getting harder and harder to find good stock..
> Steven Green - Myrtle Beach, South Carolina USA
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> "mark bannister" <email@example.com> wrote in message
>> mark bannister wrote:
>>> OK, I found an old Paradox 9 disk and got it to install just fine.
>>> Haven't tested much but I was wondering if anyone remembers where the
>>> service packs are for it? I found the corel ftp site but the service
>>> packs there for pdox 9 seem to refer to runtime. Anyone remember?
>>> Mark B.
>> OK I found wp9sp3.exe at
>> This all seems vaguely familiar......hmmm....seems to be working......i'll
>> install my app tomorrow and see how it goes.
>> This could be good. I've been wanting to set up several workstations on
>> the shop floor but didn't really want to shell out the $ for XP or for
>> updating computers to run it.
>> Running on Ubuntu and wine with Pdox 9 will be quite economical. I'll
>> have to get with Steve and get legal copies of 9 though.....
>> Mark B.