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Programming for Windows Mobile device using LINUX based software

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Hi experts,

I would like to be able to program for my Windows Mobile 6 handheld device. I am having lots of problems with my current operating system i.e. Vista and my Programming platform Visual Studio.net 2003.

I would like to install LINUX operating system on my laptop but do not know if there is a LINUX based programing software package, that would enable me to develope a windows mobile application. I am used to using visual basic but would be prepared to learn any other language.

Many thanks

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that's not a good decision, IMHO. You can download VS 2008 trial version (90 days). It is specifically designed to work with Vista, and have comes with WM6 SDK by default, no need to install additional plugins or SDKs.
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