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    Here's my new Linux and NT integrated desktop. The best of both worlds.

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    why you would want to run NT on a home machine is beyond me...
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    Originally posted by ober5861
    why you would want to run NT on a home machine is beyond me...
    It's not a home machine....
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    Wow!!! That's gott'a one hell of a stable workstation... 1 gig o ram and Windows NT. You must have a very nice workplace.

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    Originally posted by drdroid
    Wow!!! That's gott'a one hell of a stable workstation... 1 gig o ram and Windows NT. You must have a very nice workplace.
    hehe.....actually that's our server that runs NT with a gig of RAM and it's quite unstable at times

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    Cygwin or some other emulator, perhaps? Maybe the program was just ported.

    Running one GNOME app doesn't make your workstation "integrated", dude

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    It's the other way around.....it's NT on Linux.


    It's nothing big. That's just a NT Server Desktop via Citrix Metaframe using Citrix's Linux client. I just thought it was kind of neat looking.......
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    Originally posted by damonbrinkley
    Anyone guess how I did this??
    ms paint? that would be rather simple

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    A friend of mine showed me running windows XP (I think it ws XP, don't really remember) in a window in Linux. Don't know how he did it, but he started winXP after he booted under linux and it showed in a small window

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    A friend of mine showed me running windows XP (I think it ws XP, don't really remember) in a window in Linux. Don't know how he did it, but he started winXP after he booted under linux and it showed in a small window
    I reckon he was pulling your plonker.

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    "I reckon he was pulling your plonker."

    I reckon he was running VMware.

    http://www.vmware.com/

    But this screenshot is different, it seems the GNOME and windows desktops are integrated. I have no clue how it's being done.

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    Here is another one: www.winehq.com

    Mind you - Mac machines have had access to virtual PC's that run windows for quite some time now, and they are pretty reliable (if a little expensive).
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