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I have a program - CNET network simulator I came up with an idea and need to know if it will work I need it on machine A but it ...
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    I have a program - CNET network simulator

    I came up with an idea and need to know if it will work

    I need it on machine A but it will not compile on there
    Could i compile the code on machine B and then tranfer it across to Machine A?? :P

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    It should work since thats whats done in RPM and DEB packages, but there may be some dependency-problem if the computers have lots of different library-versions etc. for example if packages compiled for qt3 is placed on a computer with qt2, it wont work...

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