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[News] Lists of Tools for Accessing Windows Without Leaving GNU/Linux

  • Subject: [News] Lists of Tools for Accessing Windows Without Leaving GNU/Linux
  • From: Roy Schestowitz <newsgroups@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Sun, 11 Oct 2009 02:14:32 +0100
  • Followup-to: comp.os.linux.advocacy
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5 Useful Tools to Access Linux Partition from Windows

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| If you currently have Windows OS running 
| and you need some files for your work 
| which you have stored on the Linux 
| installation, you no longer have to shut 
| down Windows and boot Linux!


How to to run a remote desktop from Linux
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| There are several ways to run a remote 
| desktop from Linux. The X server itself 
| was designed to run remotely, and you 
| can still forward windows from a local 
| server to a remote one with relative 
| ease,  especially if you use SSH.
| But the X protocol is inefficient, and 
| only fast enough for general use if 
| you're connected to the same network as 
| the server.
| A far better alternative is FreeNX. This 
| breaks window and cursor movement up 
| into a series of commands that can be 
| transferred much more efficiently than 
| X, and the remote desktop is much more 
| responsive as a result. 


Parallels Desktop 4.0 for Windows and Linux review

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| Overall, PD4 fails to live up to its 
| price tag. Most of its touted features 
| work only on Windows guests, and you can 
| get the bulk of them with cheaper 
| alternatives. 



Google releases open source NX server

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| Amid the fanfare of last week's Chrome OS announcement, Google quietly
| released an open source NX server, dubbed Neatx, for remote desktop display.
| NX technology was developed by NoMachine to handle remote X Window
| connections and make a graphical desktop display usable over the Internet.

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