Shuttle XPC & Linux Revolution: Part IV Windows Under Linux
Posted on: 02/11/2003 10:17 AM

Sudhian Media has posted part IV of their massive article on the Shuttle XPC and Linux.

In this article, the fourth in our series on using a Shuttle XPC and Red Hat Linux as an alternative to a beige tower and Windows, we'll be taking a look at two commercial offerings for Linux that allow you to run Windows applications directly under Linux without needing to dual-boot.

The first of these products is from NeTraverse and is called Win4Lin. It is designed to allow you to install and run Windows 9x as yet another X-application under Linux. Windows sits within its own window on the Linux desktop and runs all the usual Windows software directly - at the full speed of the machine.

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