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Review: IBM Small Business Suite for Linux


This product isn't cheap, has pretty high hardware requirements, and is only supported on a few distributions, but it is a very good sign when IBM offers a package like this for Linux.
In addition to one of the supported distros, you need to have a server with a minimum of 256 MB of RAM and a Pentium II running at 400 MHz or faster. IBM Recommends 384 MB of RAM and a 600-MHz processor. I installed the Small Business Suite on a dual Pentium II 450 with 512 MB of RAM. If you're going to install most or all of the Suite components, it will take at least three to four hours to install everything, depending on the speed of your machine.
 read more | mail this link | score:5020 | -Ray, May 4, 2001 (Updated: January 4, 2003)
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