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RE: [K12OSN] Which .NET for Linux - Windows Apps in Linux

That is wonderful news to hear. I haven't had an issue yet with it. We have it at one school and I was able to log in from my K12LTSP Lab. Instead of the print plug in it just opens up Adobe Reader to view/print, and I'm fine with that. I'm just estactic I don't have to use windows terminal server for Reading Counts now. The only issue that may come up is with Lexiles, but I have no knowledge of library functions so I'm letting them sort it out ;-) 


-----Original Message-----
From: k12osn-bounces redhat com on behalf of William Fragakis
Sent: Tue 5/15/2007 12:23 PM
To: k12osn redhat com
Subject: Re: [K12OSN] Which .NET for Linux - Windows Apps in Linux
We've been using RenPlace under K12LTSP for two years. Frequently,
people confuse the server requirements with the client requirements.

We have no trouble using Firefox, Flash and Adobe Reader Linux versions-
we've gone from ver. 4.4 through 6 for the clients..

The print plug in doesn't work, of course, but that's really a non

OTOH, the server side is more problematic.

William Fragakis

On Tue, 2007-05-15 at 12:00 -0400, k12osn-request redhat com wrote:
> >
> >
> > Kemp, Levi wrote:
> > > I didn't want to change the topic so I started a new thread but, I
> know
> > from recent experiance that Reading Counts, Scholastic Reading
> Inventory and
> > Management Suite won't work with Wine or Crossover. We went with
> RDesktop
> > for those, and then Seamless RDP as well. It was working nice, then
> I did
> > some research on the software itself and discovered Renaissance
> Place. It's
> > a web version of Accelerated Reader, all you need is Java, Flash,
> and .Net.
> > My question is which .NET would any of you reccomend? DOTGNU or
> > don't see a difference. I'm really happy I convinced the new
> librarian to
> > switch to this next year, now I need to make it work. All three
> schools will
> > be using one app (finally), which means one server for me, and
> multiplatform
> > use. Going to be a long summer, the reading app will need a web
> server, the
> > library app is becoming a web app, and the student information is
> becoming a
> > web app. Seems like the only thing students and teachers will run
> local
> > might be offic
> > e suite software. Yea central management!
> > >
> > > Levi
> > > 

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