SIMULTAN: Wine vs VMXP vs Wubi
petersonmaxx at googlemail.com
Sun Oct 4 09:48:47 BST 2009
thanks for all the feedback
for business it MUST be outlook, not an aequivalent, good to hear, that the
new wine is better.
Thanks, i believe, that htis is essential.
do you know about the windows clone http://www.reactos.org/en/index.html
maybe if it is ready and working you can implement it with a virtual machine
container by default? instead of wine, if it is better.
or join both, wine and reactos.
On Sun, Oct 4, 2009 at 7:51 AM, Justin Dugger <jldugger at ubuntu.com> wrote:
> Have you tried the evolution-mapi plugins? It's goal is to connect to
> exchange on the same level as Outlook. I've been meaning to test this
> myself, since we run exchange.
> On Sat, Oct 3, 2009 at 10:51 AM, Max <petersonmaxx at googlemail.com> wrote:
> > Hi, I would suggest to use kubuntu in our company, but the problem is,
> > outlook then is not working,
> > Of course there is wine and a VM for WinXp could be created.
> > But that process needs to be better and improved.
> > Why is the look in wine not so good?
> > Could there be a default VM Container in the default install with
> a desktop
> > icon to start it?
> > so users easily can install Win XP.
> > And Vice Versa: Wubi-Installer allows to create a kubuntu disto in
> > So a parallel boot would be possible.
> > Maybe Wubi can create as well a VM Container with linux?
> > There was a installer allowing on winows KDE apps...
> > that needs to merge
> > So that users on windows can use kubuntu in a Virtual machine
> > and users on kubuntu can install XP/win in a VM machine container.
> > Only if Outlook on Kubuntu is running, then it is compatible for
> > That is the next task after Karmic?! Making BOTH SIMULTAN possible
> > Any ideas how to solve the problem of installing outlook on Kubutu? any
> > script or process description for a howto? experience reports from wine?
> > Regards Max
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