Linux Unified Kernel -- Run Windows Applications Just Like Running a Linux Program
May 18, 2009, 14:03 (0 Talkback[s])
[ Thanks to Andrei for this link.
"Linux Unified Kernel is an open source project, we
hope that through developing Linux OS to be compatible with Windows
applications, more and more people could access to Linux, then use
and like it. It's not easy to change one's habits, but the goal is
worth our joint efforts. If you are interested in this project and
eager to be one team member of us, please contact us by e-mail with
your resume or phone call; if you participate in the part-time
development, our open modules are available; if you just are a user
of Linux Unified Kernel, your feedback or bug report is also a
valuable contribution. No matter which form you choose, we all hope
that there will be more open-source enthusiasts and Linux
enthusiasts to participate in the development of Linux Unified
Kernel project and do his bit to help the development of Linux."
"Linux Unified Kernel claims to allow you to run Windows
application native under Linux (I haven't tested it yet though).
The installation is quite simple from what I saw, simply download
the version called "Linux Unified Kernel 0.2.3 with wine and linux
kernel" and then all you have to do is run this (make it executable
and double click it):"