Personal Financial Management Software for Linux - Continued
Dec 14, 2009, 15:34 (0 Talkback[s])
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"My choice of packages to investigate was based on a very simple
criteria - they were present in the Linux Mint Software Manager
(with one exception, noted below). If such packages are in included
in whatever software/package management utility is in your
preferred Linux distribution, the chances of even knowing that it
exists are reduced, not to mention the hurdles of finding,
downloading and installing it.
"HomeBank: This looks like a very interesting (if somewhat odd)
program. It seems to have a very long history, as their web page
mentions "more than 14 years of user experience", including an
Amiga version for which there is still an "import Amiga data"
function. When you start it for the first time, the best
description I can think of for the main screen is "Spartan"."