What versions of Progress / OpenEdge are supported on Ubuntu Linux?

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EnvironmentProduct: Progress
Version: All supported platforms
Product: OpenEdge
Version: 10.x, 11.x
Platform: Linux, Ubuntu
Question/Problem Description
What versions of Progress / OpenEdge are supported for Ubuntu Linux?
What versions of Progress / OpenEdge are certified for use with Ubuntu Linux?
Is Progress 9 supported on Ubuntu Linux?
Is OpenEdge 10 supported on Ubuntu Linux?
Is OpenEdge 11 supported or certified on Ubuntu Linux?
Are there any plans to certify Ubuntu for OpenEdge version 10.2B08 in the near future?
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Clarifying Information
Error Message
Defect/Enhancement Number

Ubuntu Linux 12.04.4 LTS 64-bit is certified for use with OpenEdge 10.2B08 and OpenEdge 11.3.2.
This is from the PAG as  of January 10, 2017.

OpenEdge 11 Platform and Product Availability Guide (Updated January 10, 2017) 
¥¥ There were a couple of issues observed during the certifications of OpenEdge 11.3.2 32-bit / 64-bit on Ubuntu 12.04.4 LTS 64-bit. Please refer to the following KB article for corresponding workarounds. 
Article 000055418: Are there any pre-requisites before installing OpenEdge on Ubuntu 12?
Last Modified Date3/20/2017 10:25 PM

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