Re: Install Fedora 37 or wait for Fedora 38?

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On 1/2/23 21:32, Charles Dennett wrote:
Awesome setup. What features in Quicken are most useful that are not in
open source financial applications that could be or are packaged for Fedora?

I track my retirement and other investments, bank accounts, charge cards.  Use the tax planning feature and consult with my financial guy to make sure I'm ok.  I've got probably 2 decades+ of data in there. I've looked at apps like gnucash, kmymoney and a couple of others I found.  There was no way to easily transfer all that data.  I tried it one account at a time but I couldn't make it work.  I'd have to start from scratch.  So for now I'll keep using Quicken under Windows.

Have you tried HomeBank ( It's a bit simple compared to Quicken, but it supports all of the Quicken features I had personally used. I managed to convert my Quicken data a few years ago, and I haven't looked back. The one big thing that it doesn't support is direct downloads from banks, but in my experience, that never worked correctly with Quicken anyway (things would time out, require disabling 2FA, somehow miss transactions or even duplicate them, etc) but it can easily import QFX/"Web Connect" and OFX files and most banks support those formats.

Anyway, I hope this is useful to someone.

-Adam Batkin

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