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Lotus.com: Using Linux as a Collaborative PlatformJun 13, 2000, 16:56 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Peter Varhol)
[ Thanks to Chessy for this link. ]
"So you're looking for the pieces to form a team development environment entirely for Linux. You can use any combination of Linux code distributions, open source or free software that runs on Linux, or commercial Linux software. The goal is to use Linux to build new multi-platform, multi-tier, Internet-enabled applications. "
"This multi-part feature will examine those software components available for Linux users requiring a full team-based productivity environment. This first installment looks at components available with typical Linux distributions. The second will seek out open source and free tools. The third will examine commercial software alternatives."
"For a typical Linux distribution, I turned to Caldera's OpenLinux, the version I run at home. For full network features, there's also an OpenLinux server. However, virtually all of the tools found in OpenLinux are also available in some form for other distributions."
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