"Linux has been missing personal finance manager
applications - but no longer. The rush for commercial standard apps
has bred some high quality, robust programs for the Linux
"GnuCash (www.gnucash.org) is a personal finance manager that is
distributed under the GNU Public Licence. The program has a simple
graphical interface and can be used for monitoring bank accounts,
income, expenses and even shares. GnuCash comes in rpm format and
is easy to install. However, a point to note is that the latest
versions have been optimised for use with the GNOME desktop
environment; to avoid any conflicts, make sure you have the latest
GNOME libraries installed...."
"Another useful financial application for Linux is Moneydance
(www.moneydance.net). The program claims to be the first of its
type completely written in Java, meaning it can run on all machines
which have a Java virtual machine. Moneydance has been tested on a
variety of operating systems, from Linux and other Unix variants to
Windows and Mac."
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