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1. CDiunix Term Intel
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2. Win4Lin
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3. Term For Unix/Xenix386 6.2.5 Workstation
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4. Term For Non-Intel Unix
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5. Term For AIX 6.2
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6. e-Vantage Enterprise Viewer Unix/VMS

1. CDiunix Term Intel
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Asin: B00003PN8J
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Century Software
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2. Win4Lin
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Asin: B00005A9WM
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Netraverse
Sales Rank: 7145
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

With Win4Lin Desktop 2, you can run your favorite Windows applications on the Linux operating system, with no additional hardware and no need to dualboot. Win4Lin runs popular programs, such as Microsoft Office, Intuit Quicken, and Adobe Photoshop, out of the box at optimized speeds. Version 2 includes SMP support, sound support, and support for European language versions of Windows. Run Windows as a Linux process, and integrate with Linux file systems and networking. No additional partitions are required. Win4Lin runs on minimally configured PCs, so no hardware upgrades are necessary. Share files and printers between Windows and Linux, and get support for TCP/IP networking, serial, and parallel ports. Win4Lin Desktop can minimize downtime, reduce system damage from common Windows viruses, and ensures that Windows application failures will not crash the entire system. ... Read more

Reviews (4)

4-0 out of 5 stars Excellent for Heterogenous Office Environments
As someone who must cope with colleagues who insist on sending Office documents as attachments, expecting me to do something with them, this tool is a painless way to make use of all my Win9n "drink coasters" - yes, it may not run the latest games, but for serious office application work, this is a God-send - everthing that it needs to do it does well - Office and Smartsuite applications, with networking, Palm synching - a fabulous product that does NOT have the VMWare limitations of requiring a pre-defined (unsharable) virtual disk or setting up SMB/Windows networking to get to the rest of your machine. VMWare has its place, but this is a great tool for those of us who just need one or two Windoze apps to get Linux onto our office machines.

5-0 out of 5 stars Take control of Windoze
Win4Lin allows me to run as many copies of Win98 as I can put in my Linux /home partition. Currently now I have 15 or so at average 100mb each. What this lets me do is install/uninstall software without the risk of destroying my Win98 installation - and without having to backup a disk, just a directory. Win4Lin installs in the user's home directory in a directory named Win. By selectively copying and renaming directories, I can keep seperate developement environments going for each of my clients, or try an installation and do a uninstall. I have a Personal Web Server and MSSql server copy using Visual Interdev, that allows me to test under Linux without re-booting - just change desktops.

While the limitations for games are well documented by reviewers, Win4Lin is outstanding for business apps - they will actually run faster and safer than on Win98 natively, when no MS file systems are used, under Linux file systems.

2-0 out of 5 stars Limitations
The top requested features not yet available are:

* Direct Device Access: Currently limited to serial and parallel port.

* Direct X (as used by most games): Not supported

* DirectDraw (as used by RealPlayer): Not supported

* Cut and Paste between Windows and Linux: Not supported.

* CD-ROM Recording: Writing to CD-R and CD-RW devices is not supported

* ActiveSync does not correctly sync with WindowsCE-based hand-held devices

By my humble opition, such features have to be outline in SCREAMING big letters on the box and in the editorial review.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very easy to use and works great
I downloaded their demo version because I wanted to make sure my programs would work on it. After installing it which went very easy, I installed my Visual Studio C++ 6.0 and compiled an MFC app and a COM module which worked just fine. I have also tested Autocad 14 with it and it worked just fine and so does AOL 5.0 so I bought the program after only a few hours after trying the demo. Works very well and allows me to compile programs within my Linux environment. ... Read more


3. Term For Unix/Xenix386 6.2.5 Workstation At&T Int Sco
list price: $495.00
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Asin: B00003PN8R
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Century Software
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4. Term For Non-Intel Unix
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Asin: B00003PO2O
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Century Software
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5. Term For AIX 6.2
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Asin: B00003PO2N
Catlog: Software
Publisher: Century Software
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6. e-Vantage Enterprise Viewer Unix/VMS 2.3 Upgrade
list price: $73.50
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Asin: B00004XOK0
Catlog: Software
Publisher: ATTACHMATE
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