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Tips and Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - UNIX and LINUX Support
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Running Crystal C/C++ in LINUX and other UNIX flavours:

Crystal C/C++ is now commercially available for all UNIX, LINUX, Solaris and FreeBSD platforms with the Wine emulation environment.
Wine is a translation layer (a program loader) capable of running Windows applications on Linux and other POSIX compatible operating systems. Windows programs running in Wine act as all native programs would, running without the performance or memory usage penalties of an emulator, with a similar look and feel to other applications on your desktop.

Wine benefits:

Wine can provide several benefits over Windows:

  Wine makes it possible to take advantage of all the Unix strong points (stability, flexibility, remote administration)
     while still using the Windows applications you depend on.
  UNIX has always made it possible to write powerful scripts. Wine makes it possible to call Windows applications from scripts
     that can also leverage the UNIX environment to its full extent.
  Wine makes it possible to access Windows applications remotely, even if they are a few thousand miles away.
  Wine makes it economical to use thin clients: simply install Wine on a Linux server, and voila, you can access these
     Windows applications from any X terminal.
  Wine can also be used to make existing Windows applications available on the Web by using VNC and its Java client.
  Wine is Open Source Software, so you can extend it to suit your needs or have one of many companies do it for you.
   
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