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fredkaiser

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#23700 7-Jul-2008 15:40
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Hey guys,
My boss just asked me now to find a solution for a sharepoint in Linux.
Does anyone know any free software similar that runs on linux?
Cheers,
Fred Kaiser

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nairda
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  #143872 7-Jul-2008 15:46
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A quick google search turned up O3Spaces Community Edition.  I'm afraid I can't give you more information than that because I've never used it personally.

 
 
 

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fredkaiser

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  #143876 7-Jul-2008 15:58
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Hey, thanks for your help.

I was reading about it and it still not being the best idea once I will have more than 10 clients.

Oh well, I will keep trying to find another solution.

Anyways, if there's another idea, it will be great.

Cheers,
Fred Kaiser

nairda
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  #143878 7-Jul-2008 16:12
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I see.  Also have a look at Alfresco.  They have an open source product under GPL.



foobar
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  #143888 7-Jul-2008 16:24
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Yes, I would also have said Alfresco. They seem to compete directly with SharePoint. You can also get commercial support for it, if that should be important.

fredkaiser

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  #144638 8-Jul-2008 14:27
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Thanks for the help, guys!

I've installed the O3Spaces and we are making some tests and I think 10 clients is enough her. They can use in diferent time.

I am thinking in create 9 users and 1 admin like: user1, user2, user3.... user 9 with a default password and devide the team in 9 groups os 2 ou 3 each grup.

I will have a look at Alfresco to see if it is useful for me.

Thanks again!

Cheers,
Fred

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  #149367 19-Jul-2008 00:47
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I'm having great fun with Drupal 6 as a free Content Management System on a Linux server. If you join openhost for webhosting, it's all pre-ready to install for you for free on their Debian 4 servers. (www.openhost.co.nz)

-Scott D.

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