Warren Van Wyck wrote:
> Speaking of X-Win, it appears to only install on the C: drive.
> Some systems don't have a C: drive (for various reasons).
> -- Warren Van Wyck
Yes, that is a side-effect of the rather low-grade packaging program I
used to build the automated isntaller. Fortunately, systems without C:
drives are few and far between. For those who are in this predicament,
X-Win32 can be installed manually.
Just follow the instructions at the CIT X-Win32 documentation pages:
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