Re: Database program
The spreadsheet "tsiag" the console version of siag spreadsheet from
the Siag Office Suite might fit your needs, I use it for my bookkeeping
applications. It will save your data in a variety of formats and
has minimal memory needs.
A simple but fast database I use is NoSql, a flat
file database which saves data in a tab delimited text file. Your
data can be edited with a text editor.
hope this helps
On Sat, Jul 08, 2000 at 09:35:29AM -0400, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> I'm looking for some sort of database or spreadsheet application to use
> as a personal filing system. I'll be organising a lot of different
> things that I own and so I anticipate that the file may become extremely
> large. I'm running debian on an Intel 486 with 16mg RAM. I worried that
> if I don't get a good program that can handle a large file I may run into
> memory problems. This may not be a problem since when I installed debian
> I made a 64mg swap partition. I'm not sure.
> Can anyone suggest a program, preferably one that does not run on X? I
> just want a plain text based app that gracefully deals with low memory.
> Thanks in advance