Integrating Linux and Windows

Integrating Linux and Windows

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Annotation This clearly organized, amiably written guide provides solutions for the interoperability issues that come up when Linux and Windows are used together, including: using Samba and Linux for file and print services, implementing the best connectivity techniques, providing reliable data exchange, providing high performance cross-platform database access via ODBC, making the most of platform-independent, browser-based applications, and managing the two systems at the same workstation with boot managers, partitioning, compressed drives, and file systems. McCune is a consultant in Chicago. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)Dia is is quickly becoming the tool of choice for Gnome developers to do diagrams and flowcharts. Eye of Gnome (EOG) is a quick image viewer. It was designed to allow developers to quickly view image files without having to open them in a larger application like GIMP. Gnome-PIM ... Netscape or Internet Explorer, which allows them to run on virtually any operating system. ... Some of the server-based applications use MS Office as the back-end and offer near perfect compatibility.


Title:Integrating Linux and Windows
Author: Mike McCune
Publisher:Prentice Hall Professional - 2001-01
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