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I have a need to use a project management software package under CentOS 6.6 and have started looking at ProjectLibre which is a Java package.

Unfortunately it seems to have shortcomings when it comes to following up projects and my current understanding is that it falls short of Microsoft Project 2010, i.e., a previous version.

Does anyone have experience with this type of software and what would you recommend?

Thank you in advance.

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  • I have not used ProjectLibre, so I can’t comment on its features.

    Years back I used [what appears to have been] GanttProject. Worked fine for me, but I was only interested in creating Gantt charts and not so much comparing features to Microsoft Project (though I used MS
    Project briefly many moons ago). http://www.ganttproject.biz/

    Hope that helps.

  • You could try ‘planner’

    yum info planner Loaded plugins: changelog, presto Available Packages Name : planner Arch : i686
    Version : 0.14.4
    Release : 10.el6
    Size : 3.1 M
    Repo : base Summary : A graphical project management tool URL : http://live.gnome.org/Planner License : GPLv2+
    Description : Planner is a visual project management application which allows users to
    : manage several aspects of a project, including schedule tracking using
    : Gantt charts.
    :
    : You should install Planner if you wish to manage schedules, allocate
    : resources, and track the progress of your projects.

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