> Hi All,
>> Would anybody be able to help us to get TAS books working in Linux. We are a
> fairly new company and we do IT support for a number of small businesses in
> the midlands area. At present most of them are using MS Windows in some form
> but we would like to change some of them over to Linux. As I'm sure you can
> appreciate a lot of these smaller businesses just can't afford the licenses
> for all the MS products. We ourselves use Linux a bit, but to be honest we
> are more familiar with MS Windows. A lot of these companies don't mind what
> they are using, but almost all of them have 1 product that they need to have
> working - TAS Books Accounting.
>> Has anybody ever got it working in Linux, using WINE or an emulator? Or
> would anybody like to work with us in trying to get it going. We don't have
> a huge amount of experience with Linux yet and are far from experts, but we
> are prepared to learn and put in a lot of effort to get this going.
>> We would appreciate any help or advice that any of you could offer us,
> Thanks & regards,
>> Gerard McHugh
>> If I remember correctly TAS Books expressed an intrest at LinuxWorld last year in Porting to Linux ??
>> It would probably still be a commericial license but if the numbers justified it they could make a businees case for it.
>This is the only reason the I have a windows installation at home at
I would like to see it done this way as I am a firm believer in If its
is a windows application run it under windows.
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