Re: picture-viewer and Mulinux?

From: nikolaos roumbos (
Date: Fri Sep 22 2000 - 17:15:35 CEST

>From: Joerg Bartels <>
>To: <>
>Subject: Re: Re: picture-viewer and Mulinux?
>Date: Fri, 22 Sep 2000 9:39:38 +0800
>At 21.09.2000 13:28:00, you wrote:
> >On Thu, Sep 21, 2000 at 05:05:06AM +0000, nikolaos roumbos nicely wrote:
> >> Michele,
> >> what do you mean by saying "you can't put binnaries from other linux"?
> >> don't misunderstood my question, but i'm asking you cause i've already
> >> succeded to install netscape -> from slakware 4.0 and it works perfect
> >
> >Oh: but this is much more that "put a binary in mulinux"! You also
> >did upgrade any required library. This is ok, al least in a MU installed.
> >
> >Michele
> >--
>Hello All
>Would that work for an umsdos insallation? I am a poor Dos-user with only
>150MB for MU and no heavy slakware-installation in the background. Only
>thing I have is that rpm from SuSe -6.2 and lower- I have a old free Suse
>cdrom- will work in MU. I am not crying for binnaries but it would be fine
>to have Netscape 3.X and improved Svga. So is there something I can do with
>that rpms?
>regards, Joerg

For "installing" binnaries in Mu you certainly do need a big distro
supporting Mu with the appropriate libraries, otherwise you'll never be sure
of what libraries and which versions of them your incoming to Mu binnaries
But to be honest I cant really tell if this way goes for MU under dos,
i made this "installations" in Mu under EXT2.
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