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 ( 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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