Common Desktop Environment


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Common Desktop Environment

(graphics, operating system)
(CDE) A desktop manager from COSE.
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TriTeal's suite of interoperability solutions include: a Windows-to-Unix integration solution that seamlessly delivers Windows applications to the native Unix desktop; a Unix-to-Windows integration solution that seamlessly delivers Unix applications, files and printers to the native Windows desktop; an advanced common desktop environment for multiple Unix platforms; and a FORTEZZA-based desktop security solution.
This new course will focus on the skills needed to support Solaris systems: installing Solaris, making file systems, setting up users, and configuring the Common Desktop Environment.
1 will now operate under Common Desktop Environment (CDE), the new window manager that comes with all Sun workstations.
Motif is also the base graphical user interface for the Common Desktop Environment (CDE) and a number of other desktops.
The Open Systems Pavilion will feature a lively, interactive theater presentation, and a technology demonstration area will let pavilion visitors take a close look at open systems technologies, such as the Common Desktop Environment (CDE) and Distributed Computing Environment (DCE), and tools based on X/Open branded offerings.
Coordinating the evolution of the X Window System, OSF/Motif, and the Common Desktop Environment is vital to the continued success of all three technologies, and this release of CDE is a significant step in converging our development paths and providing improved solutions for all of our customers.
The common desktop look for Linux comes from the Common Desktop Environment -- or CDE -- a commercial, propriety GUI developed, maintained and licensed by a consortium of companies called the OpenGroup (www.

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