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Old   July 21, 2009, 14:55
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Hi everybody!!

I have Fluent installed in my laptop. However I wanted to put another OS on it (Linux Ubuntu) or even buying a Macbook. I guess Fluent won't run for sure in Mac OS but it works in Linux. My question is, could I work with the same Fluent in Linux. I mean, installing it like in Windows or I need any special license or something like that for Linux?

Excuse me but I'm a completely beginner in Linux world and maybe this question is stupid, but any advice or reply is welcome.

Thanks in advance,

Jorge.
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