Hi. I need to find info on converting files from Windows to Linux. Without being too specific just yet, the files are specialist type. I need to be able to take them as windows type and convert to use in a linux based (again specialist) software. Someone did mention converting them to ascii if possible but still out of my depth. Any suggestions?
thanks didorous and chegs. What's 'linux wine'? This is my situation - I'm a fisherman and have a pc plotter program on Windows. This runs my area charts and I can make marks and lines where I've already been. I want to buy a different one, but it runs in Linux and I don't want to have to ditch all my files, I'm hoping to somehow convert them. I don't think it's been done b4.
thanks again Taran. I believe the files are usable data, but if I could only treat the data as one 'snapshot' file I might be able to go that route. If so, would the links you've given cover displaying the files in linux? I'll look further at the sites. Do you have any suggestions about the usable data option?