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I am trying to source out what GIS programs exist for Linux. I have done a Google, and was interested in whether or not any users here have any recommendations. I would be looking for something that would be compatible with the MS-based ArcView and can read various shape files and standardised geo-coding datasets.
From the initial survey I did via Google and some background reading, it does seem like GRASS is the most advanced/sophisticated.
When you say that Quantum is "not all there", what is missing or only partially functional?