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I have a Redhat computer, and am going to install Slackware on another HD, so:

Is there an app that can read / run Windows Executables (EXE's)? Such as something called KEXE or GEXE?

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There's Wine, which can run *some* Windows applications, but the stability and usefulness of it is questioned, as it has only about Windows 2000 compatibility.

Which begs the question: why the heck do you need to run a Windows application to install Slackware? CD burning is built right into Linux and almost everything else; your computer can boot from any Linux CD, so you shouldn't have any need for something like that.

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