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Quicken Replacement (was Re: Old farts and new Linux)

Steve Searle wrote:

Steve Blackwell wrote:

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.


Around 09:08pm on Tuesday, May 04, 2004 (UK time), Charles R. Dennett scrawled:

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

Quicken was the Windows application I continued to use long after I had
abandoned all others for Linux ones (except for some games).  However since
gnucash included scheduled transactions I have been more than happy with
that, so I would recommend you give that a try, rather than trying to
keep going wiht Quicken or Money.



Does gnucash support online exchange of data via .qfx download or similar mechanism? If I actually had to write checks and balance my account by hand, I'd be in prison by now. Either for debt (they DO still have debtor's prisons?) or for kiting checks.

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