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    Hello, for reasons I won't explain I have replaced my windows PC with a new one with the LINUX mint ubuntu operating system.
    I used FTM 2017 in Windows and was very happy with it. My tree is also online at Ancestry and workable.
    I am looking for a decent programme for Linux. The one I found I don't much like the look of.
    Can anybody offer any advice here?. Pity, FTM for Linux would be great!.
    Thanks
    David

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    Gramps works well on linux so I have been told.

    I see it was designed for use with Linux:

    https://gramps-project.org/introduction-WP/download/

    If it is Gramps you are not happy with (you don't say) then there are other options:

    https://www.linuxlinks.com/familyhistory/

    Scroll down for list.
    Last edited by Katarzyna; 20-11-18 at 22:30.
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