Ubuntu for Small Business
John Richard Moser
nigelenki at comcast.net
Fri Sep 9 23:14:19 CDT 2005
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George Deka wrote:
> It really won't. I use gnucash on a daily basis and it meets most of my
> needs, but Money it ain't.
> Even if it was money, it does not suffice, money would be good if your
> business was tiny, but you need a decent accounting system to suit business.
> true there is sqlledger and quasar
> (http://www.linuxcanada.com/quasar.shtml) tho quasar is kde app, however
> its in two seprate parts front end and back end.
Quasar is purchase-ware with the POS, and the accounting stuff is GPL.
I'm very wary about this; there could be a mess.
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