Re: [DEBIAN] Financial software?
I think you are looking for xinvest. It is well maintained and has links
to other application (I forget which right now unfortunately). I am not
that it's available as a debian package though.
On Fri, 21 Nov 1997, Nico De Ranter wrote:
> I'm looking for an application that will let me manage
> my bankaccounts and can draw some nice graphs to show
> what I'm spending my money on. No fancy features are
> necessary :-).
> thanks in advance,
> Nico De Ranter
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