e.schuele at computer.org
Thu Nov 17 20:45:43 GMT 2005
Cornelis Swanepoel wrote:
> Most of my programs run in Windows. Can I use FreeBSD as my OS to run my
> That depends entirely on what the programs are that you're actually running,
> if it's a web browser, an email client and an Office productivity suite
> you'll be able to find the equivalent(actually better) of the microsoft
> offerings on FreeBSD.
True enough. *Most* things have equivalents in the *BSD world.
However, if you have some special needs there are windows and/or PC
emulators. WINE and qemu are the two I hear about most. I have used
qemu very successfully to run the one MS app I can not get rid of
CheckPoint SecuRemote for VPN connectivity to my office.
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