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GnuLedger

GnuLedger is a Web-based accounting system. It has all of the functionality that an average home user needs to manage their finances. Its backend is a MySQL database, and it currently uses a web browser front-end. It has been tested using Internet Explorer, Mozilla, Opera, and QNX's Voyager.

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  •  19 Jan 2002 18:11

    Release Notes: Major bugfixes that make the development tree of GnuLedger code stable. This code is also compatible with Win32 systems.

    •  16 Aug 2001 16:15

      Release Notes: This version and the 0.3.xx branch of code is a huge improvement over the offerings of the 0.2.xx branch.

      •  14 Jun 2001 20:50

        Release Notes: Various minor bugs have been fixed to bring 0.2.5 to a useable point.

        Recent comments

        16 Aug 2001 14:49 bubar

        Re: Typical home user?

        >
        > % A typical home user is somebody
        > that
        > % "wants" to install MySQL
        > % database and apparently a web server
        > so
        > % that she can use a financial
        > program?
        > %
        >
        >
        > Good point... the benefit of it is
        > that if you travel a lot you can access
        > your stuff over the internet and what
        > not. Then again the typical user doesn't
        > use Linux either. We're working on it.
        > Good point though.
        >
        > Mike.


        How about for a Typical Small business? someone who wants everyone to have access to the ledger would find this liberating compared to quicken? BTW just what does it's feature list look like, I could not find it.

        15 Jun 2001 08:46 idistrust

        Re: Typical home user?

        > A typical home user is somebody that
        > "wants" to install MySQL
        > database and apparently a web server so
        > that she can use a financial program?
        >


        Good point... the benefit of it is that if you travel a lot you can access your stuff over the internet and what not. Then again the typical user doesn't use Linux either. We're working on it. Good point though.

        Mike.

        14 Jun 2001 19:59 musselduck

        Typical home user?
        A typical home user is somebody that "wants" to install MySQL database and apparently a web server so that she can use a financial program?

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