This article shall list down the basic requirements and supported operating systems for Card & Data Recon.
Card & Data Recon does not require substantial computing resources to operate.
As a general rule, users should ensure there is at least 1GB of memory available on the host machine.
Whilst Ground Labs has engineered Card/Data Recon to produce minimal or no performance overhead, for production systems Ground Labs recommends an administrator supervises resource usage whilst Card/Data Recon operates to ensure no performance impact is experienced.
While Ground Labs is unable to warrant the official support for other Windows versions, Card/Data Recon has been developed in a manner that will enable backward compatibility with most older Windows versions.
Ground Labs aims to provide support for these new versions of Windows that are released.
Likewise, although Card Recon has been thoroughly tested on the below specified Linux environments, it has been developed such that it does not rely on external dependencies and can run on any recent Linux distribution.
Supported Operating Systems
Windows XP through 10
Windows Server 2000 through 2012 R2
CentOS 5.2 & above
Debian 4.0 & above
Fedora 9 & above
Gentoo 2008.0 & above
Slackware 12.1 & above
Ubuntu 8.04 & above
Solaris 9/10 SPARC & x86_32/64
HP-UX 11 Integrity & HP9000
AIX 5/6 Power
Mac OSX El Capitan & Sierra
All information in this article is accurate and true as of the last edited date.