The Bordeaux Technology Group is proud to announce a one month sale on Bordeaux for Linux, Mac, FreeBSD, PCBSD and OpenSolaris. With the release of Wine 1.2 it marks the first stable Wine release in nearly two years. And with this release we would like to celebrate and show our appreciation for all the hard work that has gone into the Wine 1.2 release. And one way of doing this is having our first ever sale here at the Bordeaux Group.
Over the past two years their has been a large multitude of changes that have taken place in Wine. Now with Wine 1.2 being released users can run more of their favorite Applications and Games on their unix operating system of choice.
Bordeaux for Linux and BSD will be marked down to only $10.00 and Bordeaux for Mac and OpenSolaris will cost only $12.50 during this sale.
What's new in this release (see below for details):
- Beginnings of a user interface for the builtin Internet Explorer.
- Support for cross-process OLE drag & drop.
- New builtin wscript.exe (Windows Script Host) program.
- Open/save dialogs remember the last used directory.
- Translation updates.
- Various bug fixes.
A little statement for the world:
Our server crashed to death and the hoster moved the hardware to /dev/null. I want to thank Nik for giving us the opportunity to be hosted on his server.
So how do we proceed: At Chemnitz Linuxtag 2010 we decided to turn our website into a blog form. So here we are. I encourage everyone interested in playing, developing, testing all kind of video games on free operating systems to keep on posting news. Just register for writing or drop me a note.
If you have some ideas onwhat you’re missing on our site inform us or tell us your opinion. Graphics will change the next days when we find the time to restore our old logos.