Get started with HomeBank
Jul 30, 2009, 15:34 (0 Talkback[s])
Re-Imagining Linux Platforms to Meet the Needs of Cloud Service Providers
"You see, we work hard for our pay cheques - well, some of us
work harder than others - and we spend money on groceries,
utilities and, ahem, fun Fridays. But keeping track of what's
coming in, when the bills are due and how much is left after the
recurring monthly expenses is not something that many of us make
the effort to do. It's time-consuming and boring and there's always
that episode of 24 that you'd rather be watching.
"If you take the time to master some good home accounts software
- such as HomeBank or one of the other great apps we featured in
our home finance software group test - you'll find these accounting
chores much less painful. Read on!
"HomeBank is available in the software repositories of most
distributions. If you're running Fedora or Ubuntu, it's only a su
-c "yum install homebank" or sudo apt-get install homebank command
away. You can similarly install it on Debian, OpenSUSE, Mandriva
and Arch Linux using their native package managers."