Review: Windows Services for UNIX

Thursday, 19 June 2003, 9:50 AM EST

The purpose of SFU is so that people who must administer UNIX server with a Microsoft Windows PC can do it with ease, it also serves as an application migration platform as well as way to run legacy UNIX applications from within a Windows environment.

SFU is a UNIX subsystem that is not emulation, it will allow you to run some legacy UNIX apps with native speeds and performance. What SFU is not, SFU is not a Linux distribution. SFU is not a UNIX variant. I recently got a chance to test Windows Services for UNIX 3.0. And I have to say I was mildly suprised with it.

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