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I am looking for POS software that is written for Linux

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If anyone knows of any POS software that is written in Linux that is created for Restaurants/Pizza shops I would greatly appreaciate it. I only know of one written in Hong Kong by a copany named Seito. Any help would be usefull.
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by:Gary Dewrell
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Hi georgopanos,
Take a look at this article. This is what Papa Johns pizza is going to use.


http://linuxdevices.com/news/NS2468387852.html

God Bless
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