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Right, I know this topic has more or less been done to death, however, I'm bringing it up again.
I'm planning on moving to Linux as a full time desktop OS for my home system.
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Just trying to make a plan as to if this doable or not? Currently in the company all the desktop are Windows, users get MS-Word, some kind of Virus program. and all connected to Windows domain.
If I want to do the same thiing on Linux? How would I do that? First I need to create... (3 Replies)
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Any comments on this Windows 8 OEM specs may block Linux booting | ITworld (16 Replies)
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Does someone using unix or linux as a productive client desktop in your company?
Which Desktop Environment/Windows Manager and which Workstation Management software? (2 Replies)
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I hate the fact that my first post is this. Anyhow, I've been using Linux distros such as Ubuntu, Fedora, Debian, openSUSE, and a few others for quite some time now. I've never had a problem with any distro, thus saying that they were all good in my opinion. I've been reading a lot on different... (2 Replies)
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I woud like to know if anyone has setup or know of a way (configure or product) to get a remote session form a windows box to linux box via the web browser. I'm looking for something like windows Remote desk top web connection, but for linux. VNC is what I want but via the web... (1 Reply)
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