QIF Files

Simon Roberts thorpflyer at yahoo.com
Thu Feb 23 17:19:39 EST 2006

--- jack cowen <jackcowen at charter.net> wrote:

> I have not been able to access my MS Windows partition where I
> exported Qdata 
> (Quicken 2006) files.  From my D drive (Linux partition) I insert the
> C drive 
> path to the QIF folder, but cannot import the files to GnuCash.  I'm
> new to 
> Linux and want to convert entirely if possible.  Please help.  Thank
> you.  
> Jack Cowen aka jackcowen at charter.net   

Sounds like you haven't mounted the C: partition, or you haven't
referred to it correctly.

Most Linuxen will spot an existing windoze partition and arrange to
mount it for you as /windows. So if your stuff was on C:\x\y\stuff.qif
then it would now be /windows/x/y/stuff.qif.

Anyway, the bottom line is, you'll have to be able to see the file in a
file manager or with ls before you can use it.


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