Windows and Ubuntu on same system- Ubuntu runs GnuCash?
tonyn at openlearning.com
Fri Nov 20 11:38:38 EST 2009
You can certainly set up a dual boot system. I've done this, in the distant
past, but I find it overly cumbersome. You have lots of other options. If
you are happy with your Windows system, I think the best choice is to
download some virtualization software, like VMWare Workstation and load
Ubuntu and GnuCash into a VM.
By the way, I used to run a small business using QuickBooks. A couple of
years ago I moved over to GnuCash and I have been very happy with the
On Fri, Nov 20, 2009 at 8:23 AM, BPG <bigskypa at gmail.com> wrote:
> Ok, I'm not really giving up just yet.
> I've learned a little bit.
> Question- can I run Gnucash on my computer using Ubuntu and then switch
> to Windows when I'm done working with GnuCash?
> I think the answer "yes" but I just want to know from you folks if my
> computer's going to get messed up because of the 2 different systems.
> What do you think?
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