Re: Linux at work
John-Paul Stewart writes:
You'd need Oracle for Linux. Contact your Oracle rep to see if you can
transfer your existing licenses or if you'd need to buy new ones.
Note that Oracle now offers its own Linux distribution.
Dancing Horse Hill
Elmwood, WI USA
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