Dolphin research with Xubuntu!
shundread at gmail.com
Tue Feb 10 11:32:20 UTC 2009
Good to hear that.
Do not hesitate to ask the community for help should that be necessary. =)
If possible, please share publicly some information on what were the
steps taken to perform the migration; what were the easy parts, what
were the difficulties; the upsides and downsides of the process. Any
information that assists future migrators and/or developers in
facilitating the migration process is valuable.
On Wed, Feb 4, 2009 at 8:52 PM, Bruno Diaz <b_d_r_i at yahoo.com> wrote:
> The Bottlenose Dolphin Research Institute BDRI is a marine science and
> education centre committed to conserving the diversity and integrity of
> marine life to meet the needs of current and future generations. The BDRI
> has installed Xubuntu operating system in their laboratory computers. We
> decided to use Xubuntu as it is easier to maintain and in our experience
> offers better access to support. We use it for running office applications,
> graphics, educational and research software. Another reason for choosing
> Ubuntu is the software's easy installation and packaging system, a light way
> to migrate graduatelly from Windows to Linux.
> For our purposes Xubuntu works pretty well. We are guessing Xubuntu is
> mostly used as a lightweight Office desktop, runs faster than windows and
> never goes crazy!!!. Adittionally if we need any windows application to
> carry out analyses we use Wine as virtual desktop!
> Thanks for Xubuntu,
> Bruno Diaz Lopez
> Research Biologist / Marine Zoologist
> Chief Researcher
> The Bottlenose Dolphin Research Institute BDRI
> V.Armando Diaz Nº4 07020 Golfo Aranci (SS) Italy
> info at thebdri.com
> Tel: + (39) 346 0815414
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