Maddy on 17 May, 2022 11:53 AM
Thank you for contacting Moneydance support.
We encourage you to download our free trial version. You can download the trial version of Moneydance from our website on this page.
The trial version is fully functional and allows you to manually enter 100 transactions. Imported transactions are not limited, so you'll be able to fully test downloading data from your bank, and importing data from other personal finance software.
If you decide to purchase the program at a later date you can keep all data you have entered during the trial period.
You can find the Moneydance knowledge base here which will be useful if you're using the program for the first time. I'd be happy to provide guidance if you have any questions or need assistance getting setup.
I hope this information is helpful. Please let us know if you have further questions or need more assistance.
I currently have a subscription to Moneydance and have been using it for several years, my question was does Moneydance work in Fedora, an RPM based system instead of DEB? Gnucash works with Fedora, so I may just export my data to that if I cannot find a solution.
Go to the web page, select md5sums and "save as".
Click on the moneydance_linux_amd64.rpm. It will download.
go to the directoy with both files in it.
# md5sum moneydance_linux_amd64.rpm
this will generate something like this:
verify that the big number matches what is in the md5sums file that you saved
# grep 787363ea295fbb89f38fbd0d224b5773 md5sums
If it matches it will say something like:
# dnf install .//moneydance_linux_amd64.rpm
(If you are upgrading use reinstall)