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Unfortunate, but understandable...just don't break the EULA with the
connections, though. James Kinney was right on. You *can* get majorly
sued if you do that. If you do need all those connections to a Windows
box, then you need to purchase Windows Server and the "terminal server"
Client Access Licenses (CAL's). Matter of fact, you might bring that
fact up to help convince the bosses to go w/ a Linux-based solution (e.
g. K12LTSP or Edubuntu).<br>
And you're right. "Linux is hard" is a myth. And it's FUD perpetuated
by Microsoft and their army of scared MCSE's.<br>
Do you <a href="http://www.gnu.org">GNU</a>?
<a href="http://www.cmosnetworks.com">Microsoft Free since 2003</a>--the
ultimate antivirus protection!
Fajar Adianto wrote:
The only reason I bought and use XP now is that my customers have
became too familiar using M$. But in the near future I have planned to
swap all the software into opensources. Slowly I have to make them
adapt to the alternatives. There's a myth among them that linux is hard
to use. For now I still have to face this problem with XP. Not very
often it happens, sometime once a week, sometime once a day.
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