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On windows make sure there is nothing left in program files folders that is named either esri or ArcGIS. Also make sure the registry is cleared too. I don't think ArcGIS does a very good job of house keeping when it is uninstalled. Make sure your IT Dept is involved if you mess with the registry because a wrong move there could mean bad things.
You can definitely use the Community Edition in a commercial project. The community edition has everything you would need. The things it is missing are support, bugfixes, and raster support. You can get more information about the various editions here: http://opengeo.org/products/suite/buy/ The OpenGeo suite is Free OpenSource Software (license under the ...
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