Using Linux in a Windows world

Posted by Scott_Ruecker on Apr 3, 2013 8:36 PM EDT
IBM developerWorks : Linux; By William von Hagen
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Linux is the operating system of choice for most servers on the Internet and is growing in popularity as a desktop operating system. However, simply migrating to Linux on your desktop doesn't guarantee that you can still interact with all of the enterprise resources that your job or interests may require. This article discusses additional configuration tasks that you may need to undertake to interact with legacy Microsoft Windows files and file servers and use new network hardware from your desktop Linux system.

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