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RE: questions about RCS

From: Pottharst, Russell
Subject: RE: questions about RCS
Date: Thu, 14 Jul 2011 08:10:59 -0700

Hi Aaron,

Thank you very much for the quick reply.  I appreciate your responses.

Regards, Russell

Russell Pottharst
(805) 447-4030

-----Original Message-----
From: Aaron S. Hawley [mailto:address@hidden 
Sent: Thursday, July 14, 2011 5:27 AM
To: Pottharst, Russell
Cc: address@hidden
Subject: Re: questions about RCS

On 7/13/11, Pottharst, Russell <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hello,
> If possible, could someone please reply shortly with answers to the
> following?
> 1.       Is this application dependent on any other applications, plug-ins,
> or middleware (e.g., Java, JInitiator, ActiveX Controls, Microsoft Office
> Applications, etc.)?  Please include version where applicable.
> 2.       Do you support application virtualization?
> [  ]  Citrix (please provide link to documentation)
> [  ]  App-V (please provide link to documentation)


The last release of RCS (1995?) happened before many of these
technologies even existed, so of course there are no dependencies to
what you mentioned.  RCS is a GNU tool that runs on any GNU/Linux
distribution and like any application there requires the usual POSIX
environment to build (C, Make, libc).  It is best to install it using
one of these distribution's packaging systems (RPM, apt) to manage the
dependencies for you.  The GNU/Linux operating system has likely been
ported to most all virtualization software even the proprietary ones,
but I'm not sure about Microsoft's.


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