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    port freeway to linux?

    alright, maybe i am going out on a limb here, but freeway ultra is written in c, which can be compiled for linux. It is a front end for mplayer, which is also on linux correct? So would it be possible to port freeway to linux?

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    It's actually written in C#, which is dependent on the .NET framework. The framework is slowly being ported to Linux, but I'm not sure on its status. However, Freeway also uses GDI+ functions which are specific to Windows. So, I'm sorry, but I don't think a port is in the near future.

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    dang. Oh well, i'll just have to find a way to get my copy of windows actually activated then

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    Well, you will be using it on your car-puter wont you? unless you are planning wlan/internet connectivity, any ol' xp installation will do..

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    i dont know about your xp, but mine just stops working after the 30 days, it wont logon or anythingl.

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    any corporate edition is activation free. just find one of those and any old serial. dont think anyone will be questioning you about that

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    how about mono?

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