Re: Different from WINE?
> How is Win4Lin different from WINE,
> except that it's not free?
WINE is an implementation of the Windows API and also allows the execution of Windows applications through this pseudo-emulation layer. Win4Lin infact emulates the entire operating system to allow for programs to execute in a stable, running copy of Windows(emulated, but this paradigm is far more intelligent and workable than emulating the programs on a per application basis.) WINE is far less contained and secure than Win4Lin, also. Does that help answer your question?
Well, to answer the 'subject' of the post.
A command-line is NOT a command-line when it has two lines ;) then it becomes the command-lines.
-Sorry, this idiocy comes from seeing dozens of people with their flashy 40 line command prompt that tells them everything from weather to stock quotes =P.