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I was wondering if anyone happened to know how well Linux deals with Sharepoint services and, specifically, adminstrating a Sharepoint site? Cheers, Dan...
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    Linux and Sharepoint


    I was wondering if anyone happened to know how well Linux deals with Sharepoint services and, specifically, adminstrating a Sharepoint site?

    Cheers,
    Dan
    \"I am, after all,\" said Pooh, \"a bear of very little brain.\"
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    Sharepoint + Linux

    I don't think Sharepoint runs on Linux (I wouldn't recommend it under WINE), and I doubt you can administer it from Linux. If you're just looking to access a sharepoint site, you should be able to do so through any web browser.

    Josh

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    Agreed, I'm pretty sure it's a windows-only club type thing.

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    Well, I'm really looking to access the site and use the on-site administration stuff.

    I really don't want to have to install Windows just to be able to do this (though, thinking about it, I may be able to rdesktop to our Terminal Server and use IE from there...)
    \"I am, after all,\" said Pooh, \"a bear of very little brain.\"
    MY PC: Athlon XP64 3000+ on a Asus K8V-X mobo w/1GB of non-descript RAM. AGP - GeForce 2 MX400. PCI - Creative Live! 5.1 soundcard. 140 GB and 120 GB SATA WD drives.

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    Thumbs up Linux and sharepoint

    MS SPoint doesn't run in linux or other OS, but you have several option to replace it:

    Openfire: Ignite Realtime: Downloads
    Ospaces: O3Spaces - The way to extend OpenOffice.org (from sun)
    Alfresco: Open Source Enterprise Content Management from Alfresco

    And more, and more, and more...

    Just take a look to:

    List of wiki software - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



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