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Hi Alex,

Alexander Thurgood wrote (11-06-11 09:40)
Well I eventually managed to find a free download of Adabas D for Linux.
The setup is not trivial, even for an individual user (involves setting
up a root account for the db admin, and a separate group, to which all

Whoops - brave!

Adabas users need to be added), and I wonder how many individual users
would actually go to the trouble of installing it now on their personal
computer ?

Very very few, I guess ;-)
But imagine some deployment have an old DB of that type running on a server. Could well be, isn't it?

 - Cor

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