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Using DJGPP and other UNIX-like tools to manage NT servers 1998-06-02
Compiling Opensource programs on NT/95/98 1999-03-28
Creating an NT Server Test Lab Using VMware 1999-08-07
Using XP to Administer Linux with Cygwin 2001-11-04
Xterm on Windows 2002-03-14
Authenticating Windows 2000/XP Clients With LDAP using pGina 2003-01-18
Running a GNU/Linux Distribution on Mac OS X using Bochs - Part 1 2005-11-04
Running a GNU/Linux Distribution on Mac OS X using Bochs - Part 2 2005-11-04
Running a GNU/Linux Distribution on Mac OS X using Bochs - Part 3 2005-11-04
Creating a Disk Image for Bochs 2005-11-04
Migrating From VMware to Bochs 2005-11-04
Emulators for Mac OS X 2005-11-09
Using a Full Desktop with VNC 2006-03-15
In french : Managing Macintosh files on Windows servers
Here is a page about the use of Macintosh file formats specifically for those who need to integrate PCs and Macs.
We use Vmware for Linux. We were able to install NT Server 4.0 in an emulated session running on Linux and then remote control the NTServer via PCAnywhere 9.0. So far, we haven't seen it crash. Check out thisscreen shot
MKS Toolkit
If you are using both UNIX and NT, take a good look at this package. Mortice Kern Systems has made the MKS toolkit since the beginning of time.
This is a most fabulous port of UNIX tools for network administration.
Samba is an open source project that integrates file and print sharing between NT/Windows98 and UNIX.  It is available for many different UNIX platforms.  For the definitive guide to setting up Samba, checkout Using Samba.

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