sábado, 24 de mayo de 2008

Run your Linux apps on Windows without virtualization

Someone on Digg pointed to this announcement from Ulteo: “With Ulteo Virtual Desktop, you just have to run the application you need to use from the Ulteo panel and its window will show up like any other Windows application. Ulteo Virtual Desktop is free.”

Ulteo Virtual Desktop does not actually require virtualization software; it is a special Linux kernel patch called coLinux that you download and install. If you’re someone who needs to switch easily and quickly between Windows and Linux apps, it sounds promising.

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