andLinux: seamlessly run Linux apps on Windows
Michael Reed of LinuxJournal has posted this review of the andLinux distro. Primarily he gives it positive marks, while pointing out concerns about security and the age of the distro from which it’s derived (Ubuntu 9.04), as well as the fact that Linux apps cannot make use of a processor’s multicores.
You can tryout the andLinux distro by downloading it here. (200 MB)
We can’t wait to give it a try running the open source GNU Radio Linux app!This entry was posted in Linux, software, tools and tagged andLinux, Linux, windows.