Groupware software for multiple companies
location: linuxquestions.com - date: September 25, 2012
I'm looking for a groupware solution to put on one server but used by multiple companies (4 as of today).
The thing is, we want to keep the companies completely separated visually, so that people in one company does not even know the other companies even exists.
I've looked at Zimbra, E-Groupware, Kolab and Fengoffice but from what I've read it can't be done the way we want it?
First question: is that correct?
If so, is there any other groupware application we could use?
What we primarily need is:
User & group management with access rights on group level, Calendar, AdressBook, FileManager (up-& download for users), Project management, Timesheet (or the likes)
Email and synking with mobile devices, Outlook etc could be nice but is not essential.
Wiki for multiple companies
location: linuxquestions.com - date: April 6, 2014
What I want to do is create a wiki for all my clients, where each client can only see their own stuff.
This means that Company 1 only sees the menu "Company 1", Company 2 sees only the menu "Company 2" etc.
When people create new pages they are automatically to be given permissions so that only that companys users can see it.
Seems there are not many wikis out there that has extensive permissions? I've been struggling with TikiWiki for a while, but I'm beginning to doubt it can do what I want. (Maybe it can, maybe it's just the *very* outdated docs that confuses me.)
So what do you think, any suggestions for a good wiki to handle this? Or do I have to create my wiki from scratch using some cms?
Software to zip into multiple files of a set size
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 17, 2013
So im only one step away from switching over to ubuntu full time as a main pc, the last hurdle is backup of my email, the directory is large 2gb so i currently in windows i use winrar to create a rar archive into multiple files set to 100gb. Is there an alternative to winrar in linux that can create multiple zip or equivalant files of a directory and if possible example command. Hope someone can help so i can switch.
Linux & commercial software companies
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: May 15, 2009
A large majority of commercial software companies are NOT making application softwares for linux . Is it due to the lack of linux platform? I think there is some issue with the gui because media players like totem ,mplayer,kaffine etc are not beautiful compared to windows media player , winamp etc . Wide variety of distros may be another problem which makes difficult for the companies to make binaries
Be Heard by those Software companies
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 18, 2005
Hey, I am a huge Linux fan. I use SuSE 9.2 and 10.0, Ubuntu Hoary Hedgehog AMD64, ya I know I need Breezy Badger, and Xandros Deluxe 3.0. Linux is the best. I don't even miss Windows to be honest but there are some software I wish would work either way such as TaxCut or Quicken or some games. Well I am sure some of you feel the same and I know some people who'd make the switch if these familiar titles were availiable. Well now's our chance to be heard. Sign my petition and I assure you that I'll forward it to the major software vendors.
Sign it, pass it around, circulate it to different LUGs, Forums, Linux Users you know. I haven't posted on any mandriva forums so feel free to do that. Thank you all.
What 3 software companies would make the biggest difference, if they Supported Linux?
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: March 30, 2007
Just curious. Here are my thoughts..
Adobe : behind alot of software such as shockwave, flash(somewhat supported) and of course Photoshop, which is a large gripe for many
Blizzard: Behind many of the best PC games. Since they probably have the widest userbase (with WoW) I am guessing they would also be very beneficial
#3: this one is tough. What else is necessary? Alot of people complain about lack of tax software(intuit), CAD software, games. I'm going to take a stab and say Intuit however.
Interestingly enough, novell has conducted a poll and here are some of the results:
1. Photoshop (Adobe)
2. Autocad (Autodesk)
3. Dreamweaver (Adobe)
4. itunes (Apple)
5. flash (Adobe)
6. studio (Adobe ? )
7. quicken (Intuit)
8. visio ( MS )
9. quickbooks (intuit)
10. lotus notes (IBM)
11. world of warcraft (blizzard)
12. premiere (Adobe)
13. acrobat (Adobe)
14. turbotax (Intuit)
15. illustrator (Adobe)
Novell trying to force software companies to port to Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 1, 2006
there is also a link on that site to vote for what applications you would like companies to port directly to Linux.
I have to say, I am liking the steps that Novell is taking to help the OSS community.
If this is the wrong place for this, mods please move it. But it is a general linux idea, so i think.
Novell trying to force software companies to port to Linux
location: linuxquestions.com - date: February 23, 2006
I think this is great to have the power of Novell behind this kind of movement. The more mainstream companies that get behind the Open Source movement the less other issues we might have to worry about.
FYI, there is a link on that page to add your requests to the growing list of programs to port to linux.
Searching multiple PST's with linux software.
location: ubuntuforums.com - date: November 9, 2012
Is there a way to find or specify multiple PST's and search them all together for specific keywords and such? Any software or native linux commands/tools allow me to do this?
I need to search PST's and delete specific messages in them based on keywords.
Software to manage crontab on multiple machines
location: linuxquestions.com - date: November 10, 2009
Is there a nice gui based freeware app out there that can help me group and manage multiple cron jobs throughout the network?
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