Can you please refer to the matrix certification where FDQM and OS compatibility are shown.
What version of FDM are you using? If you are on FDMEE then that could be installed on Linux as long as you are not having HFM as a target as that is still windows only.
If FDMEE is a oracle base tool or a third party tool.
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FDM (which Oracle aer now calling FDM Classic) will not be available after the current V22.214.171.124 release. It is being replaced by FDMEE which uses ODI as the underlying engine, extending what was known as the ERPi part of the curent FDM. Wheter you consider FDMEE (so it can be installed on Linux) will be dependent on what version of Planning you have installed, and whether the current version of FDMEE has everything you need, as not all the current FDM functionalitiy is currenrly available. , .
Do we have to purchase separate license for FDMEE? or is it available for free ( we have bought EPM solution license). Plus we are using hyperion 126.96.36.199 is FDMEE is available for this version with full features?
I have the understanding that FDMEE is the next version of FDM classic. If you have licences for FDM classic, you should be fine.