IMPORTANT NOTE : Windows users must be aware of the following : as unix systems are case sensitive, it is important if you put the installation files under a windows partition to respect case! For example directory "womp" under c: must be "womp" and not "Womp" or "WOMP" or "WoMp", same rule for all womp files.First of all there are two different ways of running Womp :
The main interest of the Loopback installation is that it uses very low memory, which means you'll be able to run the full featured Womp with only 64MB RAM (probably less, but I did not try). There is no real interest of using the loopback installation if the machine has 256MB or more RAM.
Also Womp is divided in two parts :