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I'd like a financial management package that runs on linux.

A web-based system would be ok, but it must be installable on my server.

Is there anything out there?

(Must be linux, but I'm willing to pay for it.)

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I would recommend reading this article. It has a list of financial management software, from software to manage your personal finances, to financial software that a Fortune 500 company could use.

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Thanks, that's exactly what I needed. – bstpierre Aug 22 '09 at 1:51

here are some Linux alternatives listed

Financial Management Software for Linux

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It's amazing what you can find when you Google things isn't it? :) – ephilip Aug 22 '09 at 1:39
Thanks. +1 because it is useful to know alternatives for personal finance, but I am looking for business finance. – bstpierre Aug 22 '09 at 1:52

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