Hi all! As you know, some enthusiasts from russia run Debian Linux on Android G1 phone. In theory I think it's real to run any X on it (Gnome, KDE, etc). And therefore (in theory) it's real to run Wine on Android. So what? Wine is alternate realisation of Win32 API. It means this is legal way to run applications, written for Windows on Linux platform. (for more information see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wine_(software) ). What can we get as a result? For my work I sometimes need SAP Logon, Lotus Notes, 1C and some other Windows programs. For now there are no mobile device with support of this programs, and no mobile platform with support to this. But if we can run Wine on Android, we will have most of windows programs run without any troubles. I didn't know Linux well, so maybe I think wrong way?