Linked by David Adams on Fri 4th Jul 2008 15:55 UTC, submitted by amjith
KDE The windows port for KDE allows users to install and run KDE applications in Windows 2000, XP, 2003 and Vista . This tutorial will guide you step by step through installing KDE in Windows.
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nice
by protomank on Fri 4th Jul 2008 19:22 UTC
protomank
Member since:
2006-08-03

I see the point of having a win32/mac port, and plus, I would love to have quanta, kdevelop and kate on my work instead of having to use windows counterparts.
Damn exchange that makes me use windows@work :-P

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RE: nice
by google_ninja on Fri 4th Jul 2008 20:06 in reply to "nice"
google_ninja Member since:
2006-02-05

you can use evo to connect to exchange, as long as OWA (web interface) is enabled on your exchange server

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RE: nice
by Laurence on Fri 4th Jul 2008 21:29 in reply to "nice"
Laurence Member since:
2007-03-26

I see the point of having a win32/mac port, and plus, I would love to have quanta, kdevelop and kate on my work instead of having to use windows counterparts.
Damn exchange that makes me use windows@work :-P


As much as I prefer Linux, Microsoft Visual Studio far exceeds kdevelop in my humble opinion.

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RE[2]: nice
by jcknight on Sat 5th Jul 2008 00:39 in reply to "RE: nice"
jcknight Member since:
2008-07-05

if you're using visual studio for .net development, I recommend using Monodevelop [http://www.monodevelop.com/Main_Page].

It's been a boon for me as far as easily integrating Linux into my infrastructure.

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