I'm a little concerned that we're branching into an area that should be out of remit for this venue (specifically, regarding the question https://unix.stackexchange.com/questions/33973/cdrdao-verify-cd#comment46037_33973 and others like it).
I can appreciate that asking for help with Unix utilities on other operating systems could be seen as on-topic (for example, accessing Unix filesystems from other operating systems). What I can't understand is how asking a question about a program that has been specifically packaged for another operating system is on-topic simply because the program is also frequently packaged by some Unix/Linux distributions. I can't imagine that we would accept questions about using Firefox on Windows, despite the fact that it is also true that Firefox is frequently packaged by Linux distributions.
I personally don't think it's productive to extend our remit this far. Where are we drawing the line?