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« Reply #15 on: November 30, 2009, 08:42:18 AM »

........ and I couldn't get the program to run from the Konsole -- either as a regular user or as root.
Comment #5 explains why Kmymoney_P2008 it isn't working in P2009.

It makes me wonder which app people are using on P2009 for their finances ... Is everyone using HomeBank?
I don't use any program for my finances. I only buy what I need. And all my payments I do with on-line bank accounting. Grin
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« Reply #16 on: November 30, 2009, 16:14:27 PM »

Hi, Andreas and atolboo,

Thank you for the explanation of why KMyMoney won't work. Last night I began reading HomeBank's Help documentation and I've decided to give it a trial run. (It looks it will take some time to initially set up payees and income / expense categories). I have an idea for a workaround with split transactions, but I won't know whether it works until I try it.

(I still have a working copy of KMM on my Ubuntu and PCLinuxOS partitions, so if HomeBank doesn't suit my needs, it won't be a crisis. I also maintain a simple OpenOffice.org Calc spreadsheet which has a checkbook template. I have experimented with GnuCash, but it was hard for me to understand its double-entry accounting and I found the interface confusing. My impression is that GnuCash is geared more towards people with an accounting background and/or small businesses). 


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« Reply #17 on: November 30, 2009, 16:40:20 PM »

Hello David,

please have a look here It is translated by google.

You can test it, but cost money. Wink

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