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Fri, 06/12/2009 - 09:31#1
ca Xtple run from SSD
I have a big 2 screen windows machine in the office and a small linux netbook for travelling.
Question - Can I install Xtuple on a 4 (or 8)Gb SSD so that I can do all the development and serious work in the office and then when I'm on the road use the latest info that's on the SSD?
What I'm asking (I'm not a programmer - just a user - is what do I have to do to make the "database" be usable in Windows AND Eeebuntu
Fri, 06/12/2009 - 09:44#2
Sure, you can install and run PostBooks on your netbook. The footprint for the application is pretty small. You can download the latest installer here:
The installer works for Windows, Mac, and Linux.