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From: df...@csc.albany.edu (D Parsons)
Subject: Will the SCO Unix WordPerfect run on Linux?
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I have a copy of SCO WOrdPerfect which runs in text mode on COHERENT 4.x
(but not in grphics mode). Has onyone got it to run on Linux (especially
in the graphics (X) mode. Don

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Subject: Will the SCO Unix WordPerfect run on Linux?
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* In message <1994May12.131935.2...@sarah.albany.edu>, D. Parsons said:

DP> I have a copy of SCO WOrdPerfect which runs in text mode on
DP> COHERENT 4.x
DP> (but not in grphics mode). Has onyone got it to run on Linux
DP> (especially in the graphics (X) mode. Don

Yes. You need to get the iBCS emulator from tsx-11.mit.edu in
/pub/linux/ALPHA/ibcs2.

  It's also useful to know that the distributed XFree86 X server seems to 
have a problem with the .snf fonts so you need to build .pcf fonts from the 
supplied .bdf descriptions. See the man page for bdftopcf.

                                Mike

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