I don't think there is any need to wait till you get a machine with Linux on
it before you try these tools.
Unless I'm much mistaken the "live" handle on Zhang Le's CD means the Linux
belongs to, and runs from, the CD. That is, you plug in the CD, and your
machine is running Linux, with all these tools available.
I think the beauty of it will be the tools are self-contained, ready compiled
with their own OS, and will run anywhere. You can slip it in your briefcase
and your tools will always be with you.
Might be wrong though. Is that what everyone else has understood?
On Thu, 13 Nov 2003 09:20, FIDELHOLTZ DOOCHIN JAMES LAWRENCE wrote:
> Hi, Zhang Le,
> Just a quick note to let you know that, even though I will probably not be
> downloading the CD for the time being, I, and I'm sure many others, very
> much appreciate the work you have put in on compiling this CD, which will
> make our corpus work considerably easier, no doubt (especially if I get a
> machine with Linux on it!).
> Zhang Le wrote:
> > Hi all,
> > I'm pleased to announce that the first public release of Morphix-NLP
> > Live CD is now available for download.
> > Zhang Le
> > Natural Language Processing Lab
> > Northeastern University, P.R.China
> > http://www.nlplab.cn/zhangle/
> James L. Fidelholtz
> Posgrado en Ciencias del Lenguaje
> Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla MÉXICO
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