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Incremental change


Some strategies for moving, bit-by-bit, to GNU/Linux include:

  • You servers can start running GNU/Linux with Samba installed to share their resources to end user desktops running MS/Windows
  • You can then replace your MS/IIS web server with apache and continue to use the dynamic scripting technologies you are used to.
  • By moving to the reliable and widely used sendmail you will never need to pay licensing fees for the MS/Windows Mail Server again.
  • Open Source print managers (including CUPS) provide seamless interoperability.


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