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Linux Developers Get Boost with LINA 1.0 Software

Enterprise-ready Open Source software to run with native look and feel on all major operating systems, including Windows and Mac

Lina Software announced the beta release of LINA 1.0, its application portability solution. This technology helps Linux software developers reach new markets more efficiently, simplify the end-user experience, and run Linux applications without migrating from existing hardware.

LINA is enterprise-ready Open Source software that enables Linux applications to run with native look and feel on all major operating systems, including Windows, Mac, and Linux. The LINA 1.0 beta version was released under the GNU General Public License, version 2. The major features of this release include:

  • LINA allows Linux software applications to match the look and feel of the host operating system.
  • LINA's single code base allows developers to market to users of all three major platforms with a single executable.
  • Click-through application installers simplify enterprise deployment and reduce costly end-user support.
  • Developers can reuse Open Source Linux components compiled for LINA to accelerate product time-to-market.
  • LINA applications run at native speeds on Linux operating systems and at near-native speeds on other operating systems.

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