Thanks Steven.

The next question then is, just to make sure, then, you're
running the download of the bit version, not a re-compile?


----- Original Message -----
From: "Steven Kurylo" <skurylo@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
To: "Linux 5250 Development Project"
Sent: Wednesday, September 03, 2003 10:24 PM
Subject: Re: [LINUX5250] About Windows

| Alan E. wrote:
| >Hi folks,
| >
| >God bless all you folks who have worked on this.
| >
| >I just downloaded the bit version for Win32 and it is
| >working like a charm on my XP, for dialing in to my
| >Better than two alternatives I had here, and I somehow
| >it better than the Client Access emulator.
| >
| >However the question has come up, has this Win32 version
| >been tried on a Windows 95 or 98 machine? I searched the
| >archives but after wading thru a bunch of links and
trying a
| >couple of different keywords, it seemed more productive
| >ask here, even if it's a link.
| >
| I have two 95 machines and four 98 machines that have been
running it
| without problems.  I have two other 98 machines which
don't seem to be
| able to run it - if tn5250 is running  all other programs,
| office97, crash non-stop and the machines blue screen all
the time.
| Without tn5250 running there is no problem.  On all of the
| tn5250 is the primary application all day long.
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