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Gnu Cash and Mint...

Postby karlox » Mon Jun 25, 2007 9:40 pm

I need to migrate from Peachtree accounting to a open source program , i found gnu cash fantastic but it lacks features of point of sale and networking to decide.
Maybe someone know of a POS software for linux mint that i can use or
on the other hand a programmer that can conect gnu cash to other business software .
Other thing , anyone knows of medical office software for linux?
I appreciate it very much.


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Postby Husse » Tue Jun 26, 2007 5:54 am

I'm not an expert in this field but what about something from these two links?
plus check in Synaptics....
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Postby nick » Tue Jun 26, 2007 7:17 am


anyone knows of medical office software for linux?

Some here with cd: ... _id=177728
Linux for Clinics Alpha Testing Release 1
It's an alpha release, but I am sure they would like some feedback

A lot here:

Linux Medicine-HOWTO

OpenEMR is a modular, HIPAA compliant, open source, practice management, electronic medical record and prescription writing application.

4.1. Debian Med

Debian-Med is a Debian meta-project allows for installation of medical themed appliations. Debian-Med is not a separate distribution, but is an extended functionality for Debian users.

(lots more) ... cord.htmlt

I am not medically qualified, but they may be of use
Also I remember Mfx for Linux, if you just want a simple database there are plenty in Synaptic


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