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    hey,

    i'm part of my school's studant's association, and we've just started running vector linux on our computers, after i tested it at home. it is by far better than windows.
    we need to create a database to store various types of information (subscriptions, payments, projects, profiles), and since we are all linux newbies, we arent quite sure what software to use. we're looking for a program similar to microsoft access, where we can create a cusom database file. is there something similar to ms access included in open office? if not please just point us in the right direction. i would hate to have to install ms access on linux, that would be an insult.

    any help is appreciated

    cya

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    yes openoffice has something called openoffice base that should be similar to access
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    ah great!

    also, if i need to use wine at some stage, is it aready included in soho? if it is, how do i run the package?

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