Questions about W2K

Jim Robison jim.b.robison at
Mon Aug 27 14:50:49 CDT 2001

Unfortunately, I haven't been able to get at this...  I think that I would
like to explore both Juno v. 4 or even 2, I don't really care; I would like
to find out more about the junopine stuff.  I probably won't be able to get
for awhile.

Thanks a lot for your help, even though I'm getting confused as to who I'm
talking to.  I receive one email that has a from of lawson_whitney at
and then another asking if I understood the first Lawson (did you make sense
of his response), but it had the same from address? :-)


<lawson_whitney at> wrote in message
news:20010827.151135.134634208.0.lawson_whitney at
> On 27 Aug 2001, Andreas Mohr Usenet 08/01 wrote:
> > lawson_whitney at wrote:
> > [...]
> >
> > Hmm, I've been searching AppDB like crazy, but I couldn't find the Juno
> > entry there.
> >
> > Surely the AppDB must have suffered a failure... ? ;-)
> >
> >
> Are you trying to prod me to put an entry?  I mailed the
> junowine micro-howto in response to the call for howtos that went out a
> while ago (maybe quite a while) and I'll mail it to anyone I think might
> could use it or who asks for it, but I only use juno 2.  Juno 4 installs
> fine but loops trying to use tapi on the modem (I think it would work
> without using the modem if the host *nix system is online, but nobody
> gives feedback so I don't know) and juno 5 is gupped up with a recent
> Install Sh****.
> I think I might hate GUI too much to be competent to take care of an
> AppDB entry.  I'm not much on web-crawling either, but in a pinch wine
> will run the version of netscrape I got from an AOL coaster and I can
> get to winehq, I think, by some circuitous routes.
> Lawson
> ---oof---
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