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Comment: Re:As a former Digital UNIX admin... (Score 1) 226

by V. Mole (#23912747) Attached to: Tru64 Unix Advanced File System (AdvFS) Now GPL

It's both the Tru64 code and the "gen 2" HP-UX port. See SF download page.

And yes, I misread your original post as saying that AdvFS was originated in HP-UX. And yes, I'm well aware of how Compaq and HP screwed up DEC and pissed away some great technology. Of course, DEC did a pretty good job of screwing itself. Great engineers; incredibly piss-poor management.

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+ - Stable, Mature Open Source ERP's with support?

Submitted by dughutch
dughutch (614725) writes "Our company is considering changing its current inventory management system to something a little more friendly, extensible, etc. Having surveyed the playing field and seeing items such as Sage Accpak (http://www.sageaccpac.com/) along side systems such as webERP (http://www.weberp.org/) and Adempiere (http://www.adempiere.com/) I was wondering if anyone has any suggestions or feedback. Cost is not the top priority, uptime is a must as our organization lives by our current system. That being said, I'd like to see our $$$ go to supporting and extending a product, but on call support is a must. Ideas? All thoughts welcome."

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