Using a Networked Drive with Ubuntu for GnuCash Data
hellvee at gmail.com
Thu Mar 27 23:22:59 EDT 2014
Perhaps you need to check out mounting network drives in Ubuntu - search
for "mount network drive in ubuntu" for lots of answers.
Once you have it mounted you should be able to run GnuCash on Ubuntu and
then do a file open and browse to the network drive I would think ?
Cheers dave H.
On 28 March 2014 04:42, Rik Hess <rikhess at usa.net> wrote:
> I am in the process of trying to move from an XP environment to Ubuntu
> and I am having trouble with GnuCash.
> I use a home network and I store all my data on a network drive so it
> is available for all my devices.
> GnuCash works great with the network drive in XP. The network device
> folder is mapped as a drive letter.
> When I try to start GnuCash in Ubuntu, it appears my only option for
> storing my Gnu Data is on the local PC.
> I am a complete noob, so if I'm missing something please point me in
> the right direction.
> Thank you.
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