Remote desktop vs. remote display
Posted Feb 26, 2013 16:01 UTC (Tue) by anselm
In reply to: Remote desktop vs. remote display
Parent article: LCA: The ways of Wayland
By definition, these things are not used in organizations with Microsoft Windows-based workflows, so they won't affect the migration.
You bet they will, if you use them to do stuff in half an hour that takes the Excel pushers half a day. Compare dskoll's experience thinking »out of the box«.
I had a great summer way back when I was a university student when I was the single Unix person in a Windows shop. They hired me for four weeks to come up with a program that would collect and aggregate router statistics via SNMP. It took me about four days to write the program in Tcl/Tk (including a GUI), and I basically spent the rest of the time testing and documenting it, doing other sundry stuff and reading Usenet news. Suddenly a lot of the people there became quite interested in Unix.
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