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  1. #1
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    Question Unanswered: Progress for LINUX?

    Does anyone know if there is a free version of Progress out there for a Linux based Distro?

    I have really enjoyed it on the two or three ERP systems I maintain and wanted to have an area to play around.

  2. #2
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    Progress is a commercial system, and generally there are no free versions available. You can sometimes get limited life evaluation copies from Sales reps, but you need to be able to make a good case for it. Progress does support Linux.

  3. #3
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    Exclamation Re: Progress for LINUX?

    Originally posted by Tiancum
    Does anyone know if there is a free version of Progress out there for a Linux based Distro?

    I have really enjoyed it on the two or three ERP systems I maintain and wanted to have an area to play around.
    You might want to consider:
    Borland has a free database for Linux (Inprise). it is a fine product, it was orginally UNIX based and ported to WIN NT.

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