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From: @h...@zk3.dec.com (Jon Maddog Hall)
Subject: PC usage patterns with UNIX systems
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Hi

I am trying to find out exactly how people are using their
pcs with UNIX\(tm systems ... do they access databases residing on their
UNIX systems via their pcs (if so, what software is used today) ...
are they using other layered products on their UNIX systems for other
functions (if so, please list the functions, and software), or do they
mostly use the UNIX systems as file servers and print servers, with the
entire application running on the PC, and the data being brought across the
network.

Thanks,

maddog

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