And there's nothing wrong with it. But let me rephrase (and, reason a bit) SirDice' words. What is meant here is: porting software isn't super-easy, but it's no rocket-science either, at least as long as the software in question already works on another Unix-like system. So, your best bet might be: Take some time to read the Porter's Handbook and see how far you get. Don't hesitate to post questions and seek help. It's ok to just suggest the software to be ported, but this means someone ELSE has to check it out, recognize the value and start to work. Although not entirely unlikely, you'll probably get a port quicker by just trying yourselfI did so with the hope someone with the ability might possibly take an interest in the app, check it out and make it happen.