Top 10 Linux Financial Tools
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"#6: Linux Business Accounting Systems BasicBooks
Linux Business Accounting Systems offers BasicBooks General Ledger
for Linux. This application features complete financial reporting,
support for all decimal-denominated currency, and unlimited
transactions. BasicBooks uses the PostgreSQL database and is easy
to use and learn. One of the nicest features of this package is
that transaction databases can be loaded into spreadsheets for
report creation. System requirements are low (Linux OS with GTK+
library and PostgreSQL; the program requires only 373K bytes).
BasicBooks costs $20 per CPU and is available in binary package
form (for RedHat, Fedora, SuSe, Ubuntu, Vector, and others), which
includes the user reference manual.
"#7: Quasar Accounting
This particular package is part of a full-fledged POS package that
can be run as stand-alone accounting software. Quasar is not open
source (although a purchased commercial license provides full
access to the source code) and is available for Linux and Windows.
Features include international support..."