Using the GNU Data Language (GDL) on Windows in a Cooperative Linux (coLinux) Environment
Author: Merrick Berg
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Last modified on: 23 November 2006
GDL is a free IDL (Interactive Data Language) compatible incremental compiler. IDL is a registered trademark of ITT Visual Information Solutions Inc. For more information please visit the GDL homepage.
This page describes installing GDL in a coLinux environment.
The coLinux environment can be complicated to set up. As an alternative,
see Using the GNU Data Language
(GDL) on Windows in a VMware Linux Environment.
Cooperative Linux (short-named coLinux) is a port of the Linux
kernel that allows it to run cooperatively alongside the Windows
operating system on a single machine without the necessity to use
commercial PC virtualization software. For more information please visit
the coLinux homepage.
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