CrossOver Linux allows you to install many popular Windows productivity applications, plugins and games in Linux, without needing a Microsoft Operating System license.
CrossOver includes an easy to use, single click interface, which makes installing a Windows application simple and fast. Once installed, your application integrate seamlessly with your Gnome or KDE environment. Just click and run your application, exactly as you would in Windows, but with the full freedom of Linux.
Linux distribution (32 bit, or 64 bit with 32 bit compatibility library installed) Tested on: * Ubuntu 8.10/9.04 * Red Hat Enterprise Linux Workstation 4 and 5 * openSUSE 10.2, 11.x * Fedora Core 10 and 11 * Debian Stable * Mint 7 * CentOS 5.3
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