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Old 04-15-2006, 01:54 AM   #1
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LXer: Curious About Linux? Why Not Give It A Try?

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This article takes a "Windows/Linux" interoperability approach documenting the author's experiences with a hard drive install of Knoppix over 18 months ago. For example, the author describes how he configured Linux to use Thunderbird folders from his Windows install, and how he runs Windows apps in Linux using CrossOver Office. Unlike many Linux users, the author is not averse to using commercial LInux software if necessary - such as Nero for Linux.



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