winner of LinuxWorld's best system integration software in the Open Source
Product Excellence Awards is not exactly an open soure product. "But
[Microsoft's Services for Unix 3.0] is still a Windows-based product, with
the user needing to run Windows NT4, 2000 or XP Professional. The
Unix/Linux element is needed in order to access the Unix operating systems.
A purist might therefore argue that it is not open source at all.
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