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project management systems

"Kalyan Vaidyanathan" <kalyan_v at> writes:

> Hi,
>   any recommendations for an enterprise project management system that runs 
> on Linux based on experience?
> let me know,

Based on experience, no, I haven't used any project management tools 
extensively. I tried mrproject a couple years ago, and I had some problems 
with it. I gave it another try just now, and it looks decent, but I only 
it a quick five minutes, not a major workout.

Mrproject comes packaged with Redhat, or you can download it from

Also, there's a nice overview of a whole bunch of similar tools for Linux:

    "Call Center, Bug Tracking and Project Management Tools for Linux"

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