AMEX, OFX, aqbanking, and all that
martin at aqbanking.de
Wed Jan 5 16:42:31 EST 2011
well, that might not do it for you... GnuCash needs to be compiled with
AqBanking5 in place, so just replacing AqBanking without recompiling GnuCash
won't do the trick :-/
I don't know how advanced the stable releases of GnuCash are (compared to SVN,
that is), so you might end up having to compile the bleeding edge version of
GnuCash from SVN...
Anyway, you could also try setting up your AqBanking accounts with
QBankManager (which is stuck with AqBanking4). You could then continue using
those new settings transparently with your installed version of GnuCash.
Hopefully QBankManager won't crash when setting up your accounts (I rarely
tested this with GnuCash, only with QBankManager which worked well with my
On Mittwoch 05 Januar 2011, Jeff Kletsky wrote:
> I'll grab the .deb file from
> http://packages.debian.org/experimental/aqbanking-tools (Debian is still
> at 4.2.4 as well) and see if it will build nicely under Ubuntu 10.10
> On 01/05/2011 01:22 PM, Martin Preuss wrote:
> > Hi,
> > On Mittwoch 05 Januar 2011, Jeff Kletsky wrote:
> > [...]
> >> ii aqbanking-tools
> >> 4.2.4-2 basic command line
> > [...]
> > Oh, well, these are old versions (current version is 5.0.x),
> > unfortunately I don't have the time to work on those outdated versions
> > ATM.
> > I'm sorry to say that the only thing to do right now is to wait until
> > GnuCash uses AqBanking5 regularily (which at least SVN versions of
> > GnuCash seem to be able to do).
> > Regards
> > Martin
"Things are only impossible until they're not"
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