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From: Peter Van der Beken <peter.vanderbeken@pandora.be>
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Subject: Getting LegOS 0.2.2 working on Windows
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Cc: Luis Villa <liv@duke.edu>,
	"Markus L. Noga" <markus@noga.de>
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Instructions to get a working LegOS 0.2.2 on Windows are at:
http://arthurdent.dorm.duke.edu/legos/archives/windows/legOS-0.2.2/. Much
thanks is due to Luis Villa for editing and hosting.

Peter

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