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    V-Planner is much better than Z-Plan and well worth spending your money on. Z-Plan is still useful for generating a slate that approximates to a VR3 schedule.

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    I have V-Planner running on Ubuntu 9.10. It installed without a problem and works just fine. Had to fiddle with the licensing bit a couple of times but that was probably my fault for trying to do it by memory rather than reading the instructions!
    I found the run times on it match my VRx within a minute or so on all dives I have used them on.

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    I had V-Planner running without issue under SUSE Linux prior to the Mac release. I don't remember having any particular problems with it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by howellsn View Post
    Guys,

    just done a quick shifty on here looking for some advice on linux deco software. Didn't really turn up much tbh.
    If still interested, take a look at Ultimate Planner (I'm biased). It works on Windows, Mac OS and Linux.

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    So many options
    It's so difficult to choose proper software

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    Hello to all! I don't like a lot of apps because they don't seem to be made for clients. Nowadays, even complex online platforms are made as easy and understandable as possible in cooperation with an education software development company, so such vital things must be as comfortable as possible.

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    If you have issues with developing software I think it's better to outsource this work for people who can cope with this task. I can recommend you https://exoft.net/, for instance. I have experience working with them and I haven't been disappointed with them yet.

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