banking program akin to m$ money?
glgxg at sbcglobal.net
Mon Mar 2 04:23:12 UTC 2009
On 03/01/2009 02:36 PM, dwain wrote:
> thanks to all who contributed their piece of information. now comes the
> decision. but just one last question. my friend is computer illiterate and
> i will be teaching him. which program is the most intuitive?
Then I'd recommend something very simple link kmymoney, homebanking or
All can be installed directly from synaptics or from the command line
via the terminal:
sudo apt-get install kmymoney2
sudo apt-get install homebank homebank-data
sudo apt-get install grisbi
sudo apt-get install <your choice>
Try one, or all & see which *you* are most comfortable with, then
suggest that one. You can easily uninstall the one(s) that you don't
like and/or feel comfortable with. That's the beauty of Ubuntu/linux;
freedom to choose & try.
Note: I actually use gnucash, but I have business reasons for doing so.
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