[ubuntu-in] professional accounting package for linux / open source

Arghya netnubie at gmail.com
Thu Aug 2 15:35:39 BST 2007


Sachin Gopal wrote:
> you might want to catch this thread!
>
> http://www.mail-archive.com/linuxers@mm.glug-bom.org/msg06880.html
>
> ...
>
> On 8/2/07, *venkatesh.nandakumar at yahoo.co.uk 
> <mailto:venkatesh.nandakumar at yahoo.co.uk>* 
> <venkatesh.nandakumar at yahoo.co.uk 
> <mailto:venkatesh.nandakumar at yahoo.co.uk>> wrote:
>
>     I'm not sure what tally does... but think 'gnucash' is an
>     alternative, it's a small business financial accounting software,
>     similar to quicken, which comes for windows...
>      
>     Venkatesh Nandakumar
>     Undergraduate Student
>     IIT Roorkee
>
>
>     ----- Original Message ----
>     From: deepak <deepak.babel at laposte.net
>     <mailto:deepak.babel at laposte.net>>
>     To: Ubuntu India Local Community < ubuntu-in at lists.ubuntu.com
>     <mailto:ubuntu-in at lists.ubuntu.com>>
>     Sent: Thursday, 2 August, 2007 1:19:12 AM
>     Subject: Re: [ubuntu-in] professional accounting package for linux
>     / open source
>
>     For some reason, tallysolutions is not pushing it. But you can
>     download a trial version at your site. But is neither open source
>     nor free.
>
>     There is some merit in using an Indian accounting solution, but
>     sadly, not many options.
>
>     ramnarayan.k at gmail.com <mailto:ramnarayan.k at gmail.com> wrote:
>>     deepak wrote:
>>       
>>>     Tally for Windows and Tally for linux run OK in Ubuntu, though the 
>>>     former involves some tricky key reassignment which I have not yet 
>>>     managed to do.
>>>         
>>     so there is tally for linux
>>
>>     any users
>>     user reviews
>>
>>       
>>>     Another package native to Linux is Kalculate, but no idea how it is.
>>>         
>>     heard of that - some claim about being the first accounting package or 
>>     some such !!
>>
>>
>>     thanks
>>     ram
>>
>>       
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> Sachin Gopal
> Indian Pneumatic & Hydraulic Co. Pvt Ltd. 
Gnucash is a very good software. Though it requires some 
configuring(taxes and all) before it can be used in an enterprise.



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