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Re: OT: My Experience and Strategy to migrate MS Windows to Linux



Fajar Priyanto wrote:
Hi all,
It's been a hectic weeks for me lately. As I inform before there was a suprising change from the top management which in favor for MS Windows over OpenSource.

However, the migration still went through, because the management only buy partial license for the PC.

Regarding to the migration process, I write an article or to be exact is a story of the migration process plus a few tips on how to configure samba and dosemu to work together.

The story can be read on http://linux2.arinet.org/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=110&Itemid=2

And the PDF can also be downloaded from http://linux2.arinet.org/index.php?option=com_remository&Itemid=31&func=fileinfo&filecatid=15&parent=folder

I hope this writing can give an inspiration or a general picture for us who wants to grab a logical solution on licensing cost. It is indeed a high time for management to migrate to Linux, as it is a logic, feasible, and proper thing to do for any management that cares for the business.

Best regards from the battle front...

Hello Fajar,

You have a very interesting story to read on here.

Regarding your Clipper application y have to recommend you to check the following link:

http://www.xharbour.org/index.asp?page=download/linux/binaries_lin

This is a native Linux compiler almost 100% compatible with Clipper code, I had success in migrating all my Clipper apps to Linux without trouble, so I get ride of dosemu (and all their troubles related) and I get my programs running natively in Linux.


best regards

Teo Fonrouge


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