Can AYS run on Linux?

MySQL databases may be installed natively on a Linux server.

Microsoft Access databases may be hosted on a Linux server using Samba file sharing for Windows clients.

 

The AYS program itself was designed to work on Microsoft Windows operating systems and is not officially supported on Linux desktop operating systems.

However, the AYS program can be run on a Linux desktop operating system by using one of the following methods:

The AYS program is not compatible with emulated Windows environments on Linux (such as Wine).

While AYS may run on non-Windows operating systems and file systems, this is not officially supported by At Your Service Software, Inc. The compatibility of these products may vary over time, and At Your Service Software, Inc. cannot warrant that they will consistently function like a native Windows installation. Your results may vary.

While At Your Service Software, Inc. is providing a limited amount of technical information here to assist you in setting up your network, it is ultimately the responsibility of you and your company to work along with your network technicians and consultants to evaluate, select, install, test, and maintain these systems.
At Your Service Software, Inc. does not provide support for installing, configuring, administering, or troubleshooting Linux systems.

Linux is here used as a generic term.  There are many distributions available that provide the Linux kernel and GNU utilities, such as Debian, Linux Mint, Red Hat, Ubuntu, etc.

Samba is software used to provide Windows file- and print-sharing services on non-Windows platforms.  It is available packaged for every major Linux distribution and is commonly used as the embedded Windows-compatible server on many network-attached storage (NAS) devices.