[Cialug] Old Mac PowerPC

Don Cady donc5 at mchsi.com
Wed Jun 22 19:41:24 CDT 2005

Moneydance, and yes it's propietary. Staying OSS, there is Grisbi, 
www.grisbi.org, and Checkbook Tracker, 
http://tony.maro.net/mod.php?mod=userpage&menu=9&page_id=4, but they aren't 
as mature as GNUCash.


> To my knowledge GNU-Cash is extremely mature.  It's missing some key 
> features;
> but I think it's definitely mature.
> There's one called like "Money" I think but it is proprietary.
>> Dan
>> On Thu, 16 Jun 2005 21:23:18 -0500, Stuart Thiessen wrote
>> > I have an old Mac computer OS 9 sitting around and I'm thinking of
>> > putting Linux on there.  What do you all recommend?  Do any of you
>> > have experience working with this kind of setup and have any
>> > pointers I could benefit from?  I probably won't do it until late
>> > summer with my schedule as it is, but just gathering information.
>> > It does have an external SCSI drive and the Zip Drive as well.
>> >
>> > Also, I wondered if you had any solid Quickbook replacements that
>> > would run on Linux.  I have heard of like GNUCash or something like
>> > that, but last I had heard there were no "mature" platforms that
>> > were really ready for use.  Any feedback on that?
>> >
>> > Thanks in advance,
>> >
>> > Stuart Thiessen
>> > 

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