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MAP on Linux
This is my first post on NWEA forums so bear with me. One of the methods of installing MAP is via a Windows Server. Currently we don't have access to a Windows Server so we have been using a PC as a makeshift server of sorts and sharing the NTE folder to our networked PCs. Linux has the capability (via Samba) to serve as a domain controller for Windows PCs and the limited ability (via Wine) to run Windows applications. Plus it might be possible to run Windows XP or Windows Server in a virtualized environment and then use MAP via that option. I was just wondering whether they have been any successful implementations of MAP via Linux (either directly, as in Samba and Wine, or indirectly via VM implementations of Windows Server or desktop operating systems).