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Today I fell and felt better, Just knowing this matters, I just feel stronger and SHARPER!!!, Found a box of sharp objects, What a beautiful THING!!! Box of Sharp Objects - The Used
I was looking for the same thing (as I am a Money user and have my finances on the PC from the last 5 years). Unfortunately, I didn't find anything that worked.
I think the "top" app out there is gnuCash, but seeing I didn't use gnome and had a bunch of missing libraries, getting it to run just never happened.
I wish I would have written these down, but I ended up installing a couple. Wait, I just remembered...the other two apps were: CBB and Grisbi. I was able to install both of these but I didn't like them...
gnuCash seems to be what you are looking for and if I had my system loaded with all the requirements, I would probably be using it now instead of Money.Join the Open Source Revolution. Support GNU/Linux.
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ok, thanks. ill check it outToday I fell and felt better, Just knowing this matters, I just feel stronger and SHARPER!!!, Found a box of sharp objects, What a beautiful THING!!! Box of Sharp Objects - The Used
- Join Date
- Jul 2003
- Farnborough, UK
Quicken (using Crossover, that's how I got it working, although in the UK Intuit aren't marketing Quicken anymore)
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- Feb 2005
Take a look at that link. Do a search for quicken. In the right-hand column are Linux programs that do the same thing.
It lists:GNUcash, GnoFin, Kmymoney, Grisbi, and Moneydance.