:sign0085: I Use Linux all day long and don't feel like rebooting into Widows when I want to do some development for WM. There is of course the possibility to have a Windows on top of VMware and then use it for the IDE, but it's like using a big truck to carry the grocery shopping home . Another option would be to run it under "wine" which is a windows environment simulation, I use it to run a few windows programs (among them Explorer for testing purposes). So I would like to know if someone tried to use the desktop Basic4ppc IDE on top of wine. Thanks, Alon.