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Old 07-18-2011
Unix/Linux as a client desktop


Does someone using unix or linux as a productive client desktop in your company?
Which Desktop Environment/Windows Manager and which Workstation Management software?
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Old 07-27-2011
In my previous company - yes, we were mainly using OpenSuse or Kubuntu for various tasks.
Sadly, I'm not allowed to reveal more details, but it was a smooth experience, having in mind that only trained people have been using those computers.
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Old 07-27-2011
In France, in a webradio, i was using Ubuntu. i've encountered some problems (with printers, or with Cisco applications written in Java) but i was usable.
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