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RE: running PSPP from a Windows environment

From: Marshall DeBerry
Subject: RE: running PSPP from a Windows environment
Date: Mon, 22 Aug 2005 20:10:40 -0400

You could set up a Linux partition as part of your Windows hard drive, and
then mount the Windows part of the drive to access your data using pspp
which would run on the Linux.  Also, have you looked at Codeweaver's
Crossover Office software (, which allows a Linux
user to run a variety of Windows applications under Linux.


-----Original Message-----
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[mailto:address@hidden On Behalf Of C Buxton
Sent: Monday, August 22, 2005 4:21 PM
To: address@hidden
Subject: running PSPP from a Windows environment

I do a lot of data processing using SPSS for windows... however it is VERY 
expensive to licence. I am looking into using PSPP. What I want to be able 
to do is either:

Run a linux distro in a 'window' in windows (if possible)
do something similar to terminal serving from a Windows machine to a Linux 
box hosting the software... also doubing up as a data Server

I would also like that the linux OS (hosted eiother way) could 'see' the 
datafiles as well as the Windows OS that I would be using.

I have no experience of using Liunx.  :-(  ... Any ideas on where I could 


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