On 09/03/2010 09:19, Kevin Philp wrote:
> I have to buy come laptops for our office. The office is a Debian server
> with Ubuntu desktops. The laptops must run MSOffice - specific customer
> requirements - our usual OpenOffice and convert isn't fool proof enough.
> So we have two choices:
>> 1. Get Windows laptops and integrate with Samba into the network.
>> 2. Get Macs - but I have no idea how easy they would be to fit into our
> network. The only tricky bits I can see are - /home over nfs4 and we
> authenticate via nis.
What about Crossover Office from Codeweavers? I bought a copy of that a
while ago, because I needed to run a Windows program and couldn't get my
head around Wine. Some programs won't work under it, but Office should,
and when it works, it's good.
You can download it to see if it's usable, and then decide whether to
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