Rem P Roberti
rem at remdog.net
Sat Oct 1 21:19:06 PDT 2005
> On Sat, 1 Oct 2005, Keith Beattie wrote:
> > I'm looking to move from Quicken on Windows to <something> on FreeBSD
> > for simple personal money management. I know there are several
> > options (GNUCash, Gnumeric, MoneyDance, etc.) but was wondering if
> > anyone here might be interested in offering their experience with any
> > of these programs.
> >From my experience with Gnumeric, it seems to pretty much an Excel
> replacement - a worthwhile thing if that's what you need, but not
> addressing the same problem as Quicken. It also has a whole lot of
> dependencies on gnome stuff, which can make the build kind of pokey (and
> bloated) if you're not already running gnome.
> Chris Hill chris at monochrome.org
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You might want to take a look at Grisbi. It's a single entry accounting
program. I have just started playing with it, and it looks like it
might be the answer for those who are coming from a single entry program
like Quicken or Microsoft Money.
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