eWeek: A Better Way to Run Windows Apps in Linux
Jul 02, 2003, 04:00 (8 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Jason Brooks)
"The state of software support for Linux has gotten pretty
good—for me, it's gotten good enough that the only
Linux-unfriendly application for which I pine is the Launchcast
streaming music service I've mentioned in previous columns on
Codeweavers Crossover Office and on app interoperability in
general. However, my own business computing needs don't stray too
far from the core, which OpenOffice, Evolution and Mozilla provide
for very well.
"My Crossover Office column drew a good deal of mail from
readers stuck with particular Windows-only applications, and it's
likely that every Linux user encounters certain applications that
they must or would like to run for which the Linux platform is
persona non grata..."