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06 August 2009

23 June 2009

YouTube - kde on windows

Isso é Windows 7 ou KDE 4 ? Adicionado 2:28 [TRADUZIDO] Isso é Windows 7 ou KDE 4 ? [TRADUZIDO] Isso é Windows 7 ou KDE 4 ? Isso é Windows 7 ou KDE 4? Direto da ZD Net da Austrália com legendas em português. video lang: getattr(, 'lang', '') Traduzir Visualizar original (tradução desativada) Vídeo de boaglio 4 meses atrás 11271 exibições boaglio KDE on Windows Adicionado 2:41 [TRADUZIDO] KDE on Windows [TRADUZIDO] KDE on Windows I used coLinux, Xming, and a virtual TAP network to run KDE on Windows. coLinux - www.colinux.org Xming - www.straightrunning.com How-To - colinux ... video lang: getattr(, 'lang', '') Traduzir Visualizar original (tradução desativada) Vídeo de 1saac356 1 ano atrás 8868 exibições 1saac356

Cygwin: como instalar

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CYGWIN O Cygwin e uma aplicação para Windows que possibilita a emulação do ambiente Linux. O Cygwin e grátis e pode ser encontrado em www.cygwin.com. Uma versão (não completa mas com todas as funcionalidades necessárias) pode ser encontrada aqui. Instalação: 1. Unzip do ficheiro cygwin1.5.5-1.zip para um directório temporário - c:temp

20 June 2009

KDE on Windows News

KDE on Windows News The KDE on Windows Project is aimed at native porting of the KDE applications to MS Windows.

12 June 2009

PC Plus (pcplusmag) on Twitter

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Run Linux Applications on Windows | PC Plus

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Run Linux Applications on Windows Install the Windows port of KDE and get instant native compatibility with all kinds of great open source Linux software. Posted June 4th, 2009 - 6 comments - Share This

Run Linux applications on Windows | TuxRadar

Run Linux applications on Windows Posted at 5:35pm on Thursday June 4th 2009 KDE "Why would you want to do that?", you're probably asking. If you can run Linux 24x7 on any machine you come across, great -- but given the ubiquity of Microsoft's OS, chances are you'll end up sitting at a Windows-only PC at some point. Never fear: even if you can't vape the drive and install your favourite distro, you can still get a Linux fix thanks to a new tutorial from our friends on PC Plus: Run Linux applications on Windows. Specifically, it focuses on installing and running KDE in Microsoftland, which isn't as tough as i

24 May 2009

The KDE on Windows Project - Welcome to The KDE on Windows Project

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Welcome to The KDE on Windows Project The KDE on Windows Project is aimed at native porting of the KDE applications to MS Windows. Currently Windows 2000, XP, 2003 and Vista are supported. The preferred way of installing KDE apps under Windows is the KDE-Installer. See the Download section on the sidebar for more informations. KDE on Windows is not in the final state, so applications can be unsuitable for day to day use yet. For some help from the project members join the IRC channel #kde-windows on freenode. You can join our mailing list kde-windows(@)kde.org for news and announcements. If you're interested in helping to track some issues, and get some of your favourite KDE apps working correctly, you can start by reading the KDE TechBase documentation. To get an overview of this project you should enter the main KDE TechBase section.

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KDE on Cygwin is the port of Qt and KDE to Windows using Cygwin, the POSIX emulation layer for Windows, and the Cygwin XFree86 server. We think that KDE is a great desktop and has the opportunity to be a big player in the 'desktop environment' area. One of the main reasons for this is because of the famous Qt library, which is designed to be very platform independent and has already been ported to many operating systems. Hence porting KDE applications from one UNIX derived operating system to another is relatively painless. The one operating system this doesn't hold true for is Windows.