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Old 01-13-2005, 10:26 AM   #1
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Question certification for software running on Linux

Created a software package, running on Linux/apache/tomcat/struts. I would like to get a LINUX certification for this software. Anyone know what orgainization would need to review it in order to get this certification? Can I also get it from IBM/SUN/BEA etc ?

Any help is appreciated.
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Red Hat has such a program:

as does Novell/SuSE:
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Well if it runs then its certified . . . but if you want an open source certification then try here:
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awesome start ... thank you !

An IBM certification would be great ... I believe they distirbute both Suse and Redhat.

Any links to any IBM programs appreciated as well.


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