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TurboCash hits Linux, Apple

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| Philip Copeman, project leader of the TurboCash project, says that the latest
| release of the accounting application is easy to run using the latest version
| of Wine.
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http://www.tectonic.co.za/?p=3051

CodeWeavers Polishes Chromium Code for Mac and Linux

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| Exciting New Browser Now Runs on Mac and Linux via the Power of Wine with
| release of CrossOver Chromium
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http://www.marketwatch.com/news/stor...2%7D&dist=hppr
http://tinyurl.com/5c6rt2


Recent:

Interview with Tom Wickline, of the Bordeaux Project

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| Bordeaux is a commercial User Interface to the Wine software that allows
| Linux systems to run Windows software. The Bordeaux Technology Group
| distributes this software and provides professional support to companies and
| individuals running Windows apps on Linux (and soon FreeBSD). I interviewed
| Tom Wickline to get some details and find out what they're up to now.
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http://www.osnews.com/story/20229/In...rdeaux_Project


Wine @ Work: Running MS Office and IE on Linux

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| I like Wine and it works well for a lot of applications — well enough, in
| fact, to somewhat silence the “Microsoft compatibility crowd.” I think now
| that it’s almost version 1.0 release ready, it will garner more interest,
| developers, and adopters. I see no reason why it shouldn’t for those who
| believe that they must have certain brands of apps running in their
| environment.
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http://www.linux-mag.com/id/6539/


Debunking the Debunked WINE Myths

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| Myth 1: "Wine is slow because it is an emulator"
|
| [...]
|
| Myth 2: "Wine is bad for Linux"
|
| [...]
|
| Myth 3: "Emulators like VMWare are better"
|
| [...]
|
| Myth 4: "You need Windows anyway"
|
| [...]
|
| Myth 5: "Wine is bad, Winelib is better"
|
| [...]
|
| Myth 6: "Wine will always be playing catch up to Windows and can't possibly
| succeed at running new applications"
|
| [...]
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http://www.nuxified.org/blog/debunki...ked_wine_myths


The making of Wine (how to make Windows apps merrier with Linux)

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| Enterprises badly want alternatives to
| Windows. Desktop Linux has come a long way since 1999, too. and (who knew?)
| the Mac has become the ultra chic, must-have PC. The enterprise has its
| alternatives - if it can only get those mission critical Windows apps to work
| flawlessly. Wine, in its commercial form, has been doing so for years.
|
| So, in 2008, the 1.0 version will hit the streets and the timing could not be
| more perfect. White admits that not every Windows application will work
| flawlessly on Wine, but many a critical one for the enterprise has been
| specifically optimized.
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http://www.networkworld.com/community/node/26915
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