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c.lee

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  1. And it makes just as much sense to have the PALE MOON websites in use have DISCLAIMERS THAT PALE MOON does NOT SUPPORT the RT 'XP OS' Browsers. It's a two-way street, pinhead.
  2. Dude, YOU'RE THE ONE CRYING ABOUT THIS,THAT MAKES IT YOUR RESPONSIBILITY TO SAY YOU'RE NOT GOING TO SUPPORT THESE BROWSERS BECAUSE YOU ARE AWARE OF THEM.
  3. The only confusion that exits is in your's and Tobin's head. No one else is confused by anything. If Tobin can't post in *BIG BOLD LETTERS ON HIS WWW PAGE THAT WE DO NOT SUPPORT XP- COMPATIBLE BUILDS OR ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY OTHER THAN OUR OWN* for every one to see that's *HIS* problem-no one elses. You really have to wonder if Tobin and those who support him know what an disclaimer is.....
  4. Nah. He would then cry about Basilisk not getting the credit he thinks it deserves. For some reason Tobin can't deal with Serpent being a fork of Basilisk. We saw pretty much the same thing in Linux when MATE split away from Gnome.
  5. Karma's a b***h isn't she? Learn to live with her dude.
  6. Ok, I just did a quick test of basilisk52-g4.1.win32-git-20190427-3424afcca-xpmod.7z on a usb flash drive with Knoppix 8.2 installed on it using WINE. Serpent/Basilisk ran fine under wine, but there were some "quirks" that showed up that I suspect has more to do with Knoppix's 8.2 GUI interacting with WINE than with either WINE's XP emulation or Serpent/Basilisk running under it.Suspect I need to install and test Serpent/Basilisk on another Linux distro to be sure, but right now I'ld say Serpent/Basilisk runs almost as well under WINE as it does under Windows XP. Haven't see any complaints about missing dll's or anything so far. Are you serious? You've got people running away on non-xp platforms because of Rust and other Mozilla Browser nonsense. Have you not been paying attention to what's going on?
  7. When Fedora got rid of 32 bit support and the 4-gig DVD iso it basically became a POS. I quite frankly don't want to be tied down to an online installer for something like this. The live image is also a sick joke for installing something.like this.
  8. Got a question. Do you have any idea if serpent will run under WINE using XP/Win7 emulation? Being a WinXP program it should run without problems right? Tried the linux port of Basilisk and really don't care for it.
  9. Well I'll be sticking with XP and Win 7 along with the Chinese Android TV box and Opensuse running MATE, since Fedora and the other once useful Linux Distros have pretty much been ruined by the Gnome 3-using Teletubbies that escaped from the TV show these days.
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