Thanks for the quick reply
The page I found that tells me how to install it (http://www.longene.org/en/download.php#
) had instructed me to use the http://wiki.winehq.org/Recommended_Packages
's script first, so I assumed it was something that couldn't be done normally with APT. So, from what the forum says, I should probably install the kernel .deb first, THEN the wine one, and APT will handle what the dependencies ask for? Or should I just put it off until things are less "experimental" with the UK.
DrHu wrote:--the purpose of that kernel/project is to allow a windows user to keep using windows software while providing a Linux compatible kernel to do so..
I'm not being too, for lack of a better term, serious about this kernel, because I'm installing it on my experimental computer. Mostly, from what I understood, is that the UKernel is sort of like integrating wine (and a bit of the actual NT code from reactOS) so you can run windows apps AND linux apps in the same, linux-based OS.