By the way, the official Krang site says that it can only be used on Unix or Linux systems. Has anybody been able to use it on Windows?
That's true. You might be able to port Krang to Cygwin, but if this is the first time you've heard of Cygwin I'm guessing that will be a very hard task. I worked on it for a few hours one day and ran into enough problems to make me think twice about the project.
If you really can't get your hands on a Linux system to evaluate Krang I suggest you check out VMWare which will let you run Linux in a window on your Windows machine.
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