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||Date:|| Fri, 22 Aug 2003 20:30:35 -0400
August 22, 2003
Open Magazine - Your strategic guide to Open Source
Want to run Windows applications on Linux? Well, a new enterprise
desktop distribution packed with tools brings Bliss-less bliss. For
instance, you've got Star Office and OpenOffice for end-user productivity. Not
good enough? CrossOver Office from CodeWeavers lets recalcitrant
Microserfs run the real thing. Will this open the door to migrations? And how
well do apps compiled with MS Visual Studio .NET really run on Linux?
Click on the story for answers.
When it comes to answers about MySQL clustering, Eero Teerikorpi is one
CEO to be heard. “Talk about clustering and every person you meet will
give you a different definition,” he tells Open in this week’s story
about his push to make Emic Networks a big name in affordable clustering
that can be used and leveraged with Apache and MySQL.
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The editors of Open magazine