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Compatibility of Interbase in Linux machine

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Can i put Interbase database in Linux server without doing any convertion ? If not, please give me a suggestion ....
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Even though i have not done this for Interbase ,i have used the same mySql databse in windows & Linux.Hence i dont think there should be any changes for the data in interbase also.
Did you try using it in both & do you get any error messages etc?
Venks
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