Which brings us back to the original question, "How did you do it?"
Quicken is the only package that I (so far) can't get to run on Linux,
or that doesn't have a suitable substitute. If I could get past that
one, I'd have no reason to run Windows at all.
[email protected] wrote:
In message <[email protected]>, Brian Schmidt w
>On Wed, 19 Nov 2003, Demond James wrote:
>> Ok Charles, explain how you got quicken to work. All the details! I
>> can't even get it to install.
>[Obviously I'm not Charles, but...] Which version are trying to install?
>I've used Quicken 2000 before with no problems.
I'm currently using Quicken 2002 Deluxe with no signficant problems under
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