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Is UNIX a must?

 
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Before submitting I am supposed to write a README file which has a section "How to execute Program". In this section is it absolutely necessary to detail the execution procedure both for Windows and UNIX system? I have done every thing on Windows NT system and all instruction is for this. I do not have any access to UNIX. If instruction for UNIX is necessary to pass the test then what can I do?
I would appreciate any help from all rancher.
Thanks.
 
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No you don't need to know that. Actually it is the same commands. In your design.txt you put the operating system you used.
I have heard many people submit without testing on UNIX and they were fine.
Mark
 
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Thanks Mark for your quick helpful response.
 
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