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Rado's Theorem characterizes the systems of homogenous linear equations having the property that for any finite partition of the positive integers one cell contains a solution to these equations. Furstenberg and Weiss proved that solutions to those systems can in fact be found in every central set. (Since one cell of any finite partition is central, this generalizes Rado's Theorem.) We show that the same holds true for the larger class of D-sets. Moreover we will see that the conclusion ofdoi:10.1016/j.topol.2009.04.019 fatcat:3l6fsc4thjbbrgbczlpgfsbsty