Run Windows Applications within Ubuntu

I ran into this article about how you can seamlessly run Windows Applications from within Ubunutu. The author is using VMware, rdesktop (apt-get install rdesktop), and Seamless RDP. http://hehe2.net/thedarkside/microsoft/run-windows-apps-100-seamlessly-on-ubuntu/

I ran into this article about how you can seamlessly run Windows Applications from within Ubunutu. The author is using VMware, rdesktop (apt-get install rdesktop), and Seamless RDP.

http://hehe2.net/thedarkside/microsoft/run-windows-apps-100-seamlessly-on-ubuntu/


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