[NTLK] Einstein-Windows--any other potential users out there?

Tony Morrow gizmo1482 at gmail.com
Wed Nov 13 20:18:36 EST 2013

On Nov 13, 2013, at 3:27 PM, Matthias Melcher <mm at matthiasm.com> wrote:

> On 13.11.2013, at 20:00, Dan <dan at dbdigitalweb.com> wrote:
>> I am also not a developer, but would be willing to test and send bug
>> reports.  I was wondering about the status of this and last I heard it
>> either ran really really really slow after 10 minutes of useage...
> That issue was fixed in 2009.
>> or just crashed on boot.
> This is often related to wrong ROMs, sometimes just providing the debug image which by itself is not a ROM. Granted, we really should do a checksum test before launch to avoid crashing.
>> I don't have a Mac so I can't say how well it works on that.  I have
>> been thinking I could possibly run OS X under VirtualBox, probably would
>> be a lot of tricking to get it work then run Einstein on that.  But then
>> we are talking two virtual machines, and another layer of complexity
>> would make it more difficult to track down issues so probably not worth
>> it.
> Don't!
>> But if anyone  has done this, or knows of someone that has, by all
>> means let me know. :)
> Considering the time you would have to spend on this, it would be eaisier to buy a Mac ;-)
> But the Windows version should work. As I said, I can't verify that though.

I, too, and one of those users who would like to see Einstein running on Windows 8, but sadly lack the programming skills to make it possible. I use an Atom based Win8 tablet at work and think throwing the Newton interface would be fun.

-Tony Morrow

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