FlagShip 8 for Linux (Release 8.1.04)
FlagShip is ported to different operating
systems. Besides for MS-Windows and
a port for Linux is available here. This port
- 32bit or 64bit Linux operating
system kernel 2.6 to 4.x (with gcc 4.1 and higher, glibc 2.5 and higher)
- 512 MB RAM (more is recommended
- 300 MB free hard disk space
There are different ports
of FlagShip for Linux available, select one:
FlagShip 8 for 64bit Linux
supports 32bit and 64bit Linux systems and creates native 64bit or 32bit executables (optionally by using the -64 or -32 compiler switch)
booklet (pdf) for
requirements and step-by-step instruction, or
click on the image left
Visual FlagShip 8
for 32/64bit Linux
- Alternatively, you may use
FTP download**. You may
confirm the integrity
of files by the standard md5sum tool:
the above Download links can also be used for update of former
- If you wish to test or
use FlagShip for other operating systems, see the MS-Windows or Unix ports.
are free licenses for test/evaluation purposes, as well
as commercial licenses available. See the booklet, price
list and license
terms for additional details.
- If you own license for
VFS7 and wish to continue to use it instead of
VFS8, use this link.
- To upgrade your older FlagShip
license (FS4, VFS5, VFS6, VFS7) to VFS8, contact your dealer or
heavy discounted upgrade price, or use this order
Now, if you wish to test
FlagShip for free without any risk:
for the free, fully featured Test/Eval version
simply fill-in this form on
Your privacy is of course guaranteed.
You will get the key by e-mail.
Enjoy. We grant free
technical support for up to 6 months, see
further info here.
Since FlagShip translates the Xbase code
to C code as an intermediate step and requires object compatible
libs during the linking stage, the used C compiler, utilities and
libraries must be chosen with great care, otherwise upredictable
errors may occur. The C compiler is required only in the developing phase, it is not required
for the user of your application, since FlagShip creates native executables.
Linux kernel version by "uname -a", gcc compiler
-v" and glibc with "/lib/libc.so.6" .
Mozilla announced that the Firefox web browser no longer supports the
FTP protocol (from Firefox 90), as does Google and other browsers.
You may use the ftp command ("man ftp") or any alternative software for downloads.