July 4, 2005

All SAP Solutions Should Soon Run on Linux

Linux, the open source operating system, was created in 1991 and has already been installed in an estimated four to ten international companies. The Linux interest group of the German-speaking SAP user group, DSAG, is currently working on entering the world of 64 bits and is collaborating closely with the SAP LinuxLab. Stefan Schindewolf, the chair of the interest group, explains how SAP customers can profit from Linux.
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