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Is there an application dealing with ancestry on Ubuntu?

Wine will not co-operate with Family Tree Maker.

If someone can point me in the right direction, I will be able to give Windows the complete "Heave-Ho".

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marked as duplicate by Glutanimate, Avinash Raj, souravc, belacqua, Braiam Feb 18 '14 at 0:02

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Native clients

GRAMPS Genealogical Research and Analysis Management Program

sudo apt-get install gramps

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LifeLines Console based genealogy software to help with family history research

sudo apt-get install lifelines


PhpGedView Web-based genealogy viewer and editor. To download

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GeneoTree Genealogy software in PHP / MySQL. To download

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GeneWeb Uses very efficient techniques of relationship and consanguinity computing. To download


GenealogyJ Full-featured viewer and editor for genealogic data. To download

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