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Old 12-06-2014, 07:46 AM   #1
shippropeller
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Question Travel itinerary organizer software on Linux server


Hi LQ readers

I'm searching a travel/trip itinerary organizer software. It should run on a Linux server without GUI, just a web interface and synchronization should be possible with either a mobile device or a calendar or the like.

There are well-known Apps out there like TripIt, WorldMate, TripCase, Kayak and more, but I don't want to give away semi-private data.

The software hasn't to be as mature as these Apps, but at least I can enter different sorts of bookings like flight, hotel, car, (paid) training courses and its booking numbers and links to either the homepage or to the status page. A plus would be a graphical view on a map like openstreetmaps or google maps.

Many thanks for any suggestions.

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Dominik
 
  


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