Would appreciate to know your views on good software to run a small
business that can do stuff like book-keeping, invoicing, payroll, etc.,
that runs on Linux.
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> Would appreciate to know your views on good software to run a small
> business that can do stuff like book-keeping, invoicing, payroll, etc.,
> that runs on Linux.
As you can see most of the links are from either sourceforge or
freshmeat, try searching on those and see if can find anything else.
MHA> Would appreciate to know your views on good software to run a small
MHA> business that can do stuff like book-keeping, invoicing, payroll, etc.,
MHA> that runs on Linux.
I use GnuCash for my bookkeeping.
I use*for all business correspondence: letters, invoices, bids,
etc. I also use*for things like business proposals and such like
business documentation. I have some Tcl scripts that work with a
postgreSQL database for auto-generating invoice/packing slips. My
business web server runs Linux, as does my home/office desktop.
I have no employees, so payroll is not an issue for me.
I am looking for a book that focuses on Linux for a small business.
That is, the book should focus on things like Samba and network admin
for a relatively small network.
Also, I use Red Hat because that is what I am familar with so ideally
the book would come with the latest version of Red Hat as well.