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There are many approaches to migrating from MS Access to a Linux based system. The approach I utilized was to export the MS Access data to MySQl (you can also export MariaDB) as a back-end. You can then use Base or an HTML/PHP approach as the front-end to access your data.

If you have not done so already, visit the OpenOffice forum as there is a wealth of information concerning Base.

There are many approaches to migrating from MS Access to a Linux based system. The approach I utilized was to export the MS Access data to MySQl (you can also export to MariaDB) as a back-end. You can then use Base or an HTML/PHP approach as the front-end to access your data.

If you have not done so already, visit the OpenOffice forum as there is a wealth of information concerning Base.

There are many approaches to migrating from MS Access to a Linux based system. The approach I utilized was to export the MS Access data to MySQl (you can also export to MariaDB) as a back-end. You can then use Base or an HTML/PHP approach as the front-end to access your data.

If you have not done so already, visit the OpenOffice forum as there is a wealth of information concerning Base.Base. I favor the HTML/PHP approach.

There are many approaches to migrating from MS Access to a Linux based system. The approach I utilized was to export the MS Access data to MySQl MySQL (you can also export to MariaDB) as a back-end. You can then use Base or an HTML/PHP approach as the front-end to access your data.

If you have not done so already, visit the OpenOffice forum as there is a wealth of information concerning Base. I favor the HTML/PHP approach.