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Hi..
Where can I found the "Whistler" source code or "Windows 2001 source code" ?
Thanks

if do you dont know, looking:

http://www.zdnet.com/zdnn/stories/news/0,4586,2473290,00.html?chkpt=zdhpnews01
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Grava,

The Whistler that was leaked to the public was not the source code, but instead simply the operating system itself.

The source code has never been leaked, as the source code itself is MUCH more valuable than the compiled OS.

So, to answer your question, you can't.

If you want to OS, that's technically against the law. But if you have your heart set on it, try an IRC #warez channel, or newsgroups. These places are often where pirates hang out.

Be forewarned, these places are also breeding grounds for virii, and no-so-nice people.
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Did I not answer your question? I think I deserve the points since my answer is correct.
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No there is the source code...

Excuse-me
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Of course there is source code, but there is no way in hell you could get it. It's more tightly guarded by Microsoft than the nuclear launch codes.

I will NOT let you delete this question for the soul reason that your question was illegal in nature. I won't let you slip out without at least losing some points.
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Sorry for my question...

But I'm Brazilian and my english is bad... the "Windows 2001" source code is not exist... sorry...

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I need delete this question, because if dont exist source code available, the question is invalid...

thanks
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Grava,

I answered your question. You asked where you could find the source code, I said no where. That's a valid answer.

Might as well give me the points since you will never get this question deleted as long as I am breathing.
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Hi...

Do you thing your answer is a valid for 600 points?

If no exist the source code available, I dont can accept the your answer...

If you want, I send to you 100 points.

[]´s
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Grava,

Listen. You offered 600 points for an ANSWER to your question, not the Windows source code. I ANSWERED your question, therefor I should get the points.

You have two choices now:

1.) Continue this dumb argument forever, never giving me the points, and having to return periodically to request a deletion you will never get so the question is not autograded.

2.) You can give up, give me the points, and get on with your life.
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Looking my question:

Where can I found the "Whistler" SOURCE CODE ?

How old is he ?
I thing you have 16 or less...

If I want delete que question, because your answer not good for me.

thanks
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Actually, I am 20.

Your Question:

"Where can I found the "Whistler" SOURCE CODE?"

Answer:

"No where."

There ya go.

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Points please. :-)
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I think he deserves the points. He did specifically answer your question for you.
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:-) Thanks epastoor...

It's not even about the points, it's about the fact he asked for illegal stuff, warez... whatever. That's why I don't want him to get away without having to give up some points.
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Sorry...
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I have many rare sources codes in my website...
If do you want, I can send to you the "WINE - Windows Emulator"... is very good...

http://sennaspy.tsx.org
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Thanks Senna Spy.

The programs do you have is good.
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