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Interix

A POSIX-based Unix subsystem from Microsoft that enables Unix programs to run natively in Windows. Rebranded from OpenNT in 1998, Interix was a separate product until it became part of Microsoft Windows Services for UNIX in 2002. See OpenNT, Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications and POSIX.
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With the inclusion of the Interix software, users can benefit from access to the wide range of applications available for Windows NT and still have the remote management tools and utilities found on their UNIX systems.
the leading provider of GUI components, announced today that its XRT Professional Developer's Suite (XRT PDS), now supports Interix (formerly OpenNT) version 2.
By providing Interix support, porting their Motif applications to Windows NT becomes as easy as porting to any other UNIX platform.
INTERIX made it possible to make this move smoothly, making use of the same source code to build CADA-X on UNIX and NT.
developers of Interix(TM), a complete software platform enabling UNIX(R) system applications to run on Windows NT(TM), announced an expansion of their agreement with Dell Computer Corporation (NASDAQ:DELL) to bundle the Interix platform on Dell(R) PowerEdge PC Servers.
EDT Dial-In Number: 800/521-5428 (a) The conference name is Interix.
0 is available on all major UNIX platforms and Windows NT via Interix (formerly OpenNT).
Unfortunately for Sun, the customer is likely to be running UNIX system applications on Windows NT using the INTERIX platform.
The two utilities provide a graphical user interface to display X Windows applications ported under the Interix subsystem technology, which is included in Microsoft Windows Services for UNIX 3.
The Interix subsystem and SFU Software Development Kit (SDK) have been updated for multi-threading in applications when running Unix programs and scripts on Windows.
0 also includes, for the first time, the UNIX-based UNIX-like Interix subsystem for Windows NT, 2000 and XP Professional.