How to Install Quick Test Professional in Ubuntu?

Asked by niceguy_1979 on 2009-10-22

Hi ,

Am a Software Test Engineer ! New to Ubuntu ! Required the following as earlier...

1) Need to know which Testing software can be installed in Ubuntu?

2) If yes , Need to know how to install (for example, Rational-Testing softwares or Mercury Quick Test Professional) in Ubuntu?

3) How to Install any windows application (like mplayer/winzip/Microsoft Dot Net) in Ubuntu using any application provided inbuilt?
If yes, kindly specify the link and in detailed !

4) Provide me a website to learn ubuntu in quicker manner !

Thanks in advance

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hello

for your first question, this could help http://www.opensourcetesting.org/

2) don't know if there's a Linux version for thouse programs, if there is you can download them and install them or if there no linux version, you will have to install them using wine www.winehq.org and on http://appdb.winehq.org/index.php theres a list of programs that you can install using wine...

3) You can try use wine for thouse programs or you can use alternatives like 7zip, or Mono for .Net, there's a linux version for mplayer but in my opinion VLC media player is better. http://mono-project.com/Main_Page this is the Mono web page to you to read about Mono project.

4) http://ubuntuguide.org/wiki/Main_Page

Tip: join your Local Comunnity (LoCo) team it should be one near you, LoCos help new user.

Hope this help you

Cristi Nistor (cristi-nistor) said : #2

https://help.ubuntu.com/ a good resource to start learning how Ubuntu is build and works. Wine is a Windows emulator which may help tun certain Win-base applications. http://www.winehq.org/ here you can find more details. I think is more desirable to install a Linux version for the testing software application. http://www-01.ibm.com/software/rational/ IBM covers well Linux applications for testing purposes.

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