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Re: Old farts and new Linux



Charles R. Dennett said:
>
> D James said:
>> Steve Blackwell wrote:
>>
>>> Hey bj,
>>>
>>> I just got Quicken 2002 Deluxe to work in wine (wine-20040309-
>>> 1rh73winehq) on my RH7.3 box. If you are interested, I can send you
>>> my  config file.
>>>
>>> At 45, I too would, no doubt, be referred to as an "old fart" by any
>>> college kid.
>>>
>>> Steve
>>
>>
>> Sign me up for that too Steve!
>
> I guess I'm a semi-old-fart.  Only 49.  Been doing Sun/UNIX support
> since SunOS 3.5.  HP3000, HP1000 and other stuff before that. Only
> started with Linux just over a year ago.
>
> Anyway, the only reason I keep my old Windows box around is because I
> could not get Microsoft Money 2001 working under wine.  I wonder if that
> would be similar?  I only use MS$ because the old box came with it and
> I've grown used to it.

I've heard that Gnumeric -- Gnucash? -- is a tolerable replacement for
Quicken/MS$.  I'm thinking about switching to it myself.  Anyone have any
experience with it?


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