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Chocky branded Unix apps online

By Chris Williams. Published: 21st Jul 2002, 18:38:05 | Permalink | Printable

Again and here to stay. Web browser, X11 and more goodies

As a follow-up to our previous article on Peter Naulls' Unix Porting Project, we'd like to inform you that Peter's ports are now back online and there's even more goodies this time including a sneak preview of the project's ChoX11 library. Despite them being available for free download, you are encouraged to subscribe to Peter's project in order to receive support on the software. The programs were originally available, in general, for Unix systems.

This editor advises anyone downloading the applications to please read all the documentation on the website before attempting to run them.


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