Anyone install Autosys on Ubuntu?


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Anyone install Autosys on Ubuntu?

I am a developer. A lot of the clients I work for use the Autosys scheduler. In order to educate myself more I would like to install this on my Ubuntu laptop. I have 16.04 btw (pretty sure, don't have it with me atm)

Any feedback would be appreciated. Before I purchase an install. I know Ca does not support Autosys on Ubuntu. They do support Redhat. Surely it can be installed on Ubuntu.. Anyone successful?


Thanks in advance,
Chris
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