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>This is a naive question, but are you saying that Framemaker is not
>supported on free Unix platforms (such as Linux)? Perhaps I'm
>misunderstanding your statement. I'm new to Frame and was thinking of
>getting a copy for my Linux box at home...but don't want to go to the
>trouble if it won't compile for the OS.
Not naive at all. It might compile under Linux, but that won't help
because Adobe won't release the source. This link lists the UNIX
platforms where Adobe supports FM 5.5, as well as a few places it may run