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Posted by: yDecode
« on: June 26, 2008, 09:40:44 PM »

Not at the moment and most probably not anytime soon. While Windows version is being developed continually - Linux users are mostly not interested in yDecode because there are no programs like Outlook Express or Windows Mail on Linux. In fact, it's a whole new philosophy to use Linux instead of Windows so you'll probably have to make yourself get used to Ubuntu especially if you've been long-time Windows user. Furthermore you will probably need at least an alternative boot system like Windows because there are simply a lot of programs missing on Linux that exist on Windows (I'm not advocating Windows, in fact I use Ubuntu myself as a secondary OS but many of the programs I really need are not there and the "replacements" are simply not good enough).
Posted by: WilhelmGGW
« on: June 26, 2008, 07:04:17 PM »

I am getting a new Dell computer with the Linux-Ubuntu operating system.

Is there a Linux version of yDecode I can use with this?