Interested in having Linux for the Desktop
Machines? Check out this adaptation of the KDE Desktop.
This meta-distribution has been designed for ease-of-use for users
that are used to using Microsoft Operating Systems. Full
Office Suite (KOffice) included and support options are available.
RH Desktop Workstation is suited for
businesses and organizational use, with the emphasis being on Office
Productivity Applications, not entertainment applications.
between RHSD projects such as the RHSD Email Server and the RHSD
Domain Controller will allow for use of Single-Sign On. Future
versions will include the option to authenticate to the RHLDC
||Choice of Functionality
Currently being Developed:
|Full RHSD Interoperability
The Domain Server projects integrates the
||Provides Samba Network
like theme for KDE
Questions About RH-DW?
Is this just a desktop theme? Couldn't I do this myself?
RH-DW was done originally as an example of customizing Linux to
accommodate Windows Users. It utilizes several projects to
present the desktop to the user in a familiar manner.
The icons look awfully like Microsoft Icons - Are they?
The icons on the desktop are provided by the "Luna"
theme. We did not take these icons from Microsoft, nor did we
construct them to appear that way.
Q: This project seems to be for
workstations - what does this have to do with the SERVER development
A: Absolutely nothing. Network
Administrators may consider this for use on workstations.
Ultimately, it came down to wWe had this, so we figured we'd