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need to use a project management software package under Centos 6.6?

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I have a need to use a project management software package under Centos 6.6 and have started looking at ProjectLibre which is a Java package.

Unfortunately it seems to have shortcomings when it comes to following up projects and my current understanding is that it falls short of Microsoft Project 2010, i.e., a previous version.

Does anyone have experience with this type of software and what would you recommend?

posted May 30, 2015 by Daler

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