One of my computers I use for Linux, the others are windows 10 computers.
On the Linux computer I have 3 partitions and run my favourite Linux Feren OS, followed by Linux Mint and lastly Ubuntu. All run Moneydance without any problems. I Moneydance sync my Linux and Windows computers using Dropbox.
I imagine there's a limit to which Moneydance versions can run on which Linux systems, but I'm not aware of where that is. My main system that I use for customer support is running Linux Mint 20, and I have every final release from 2011 on installed, and each seems to run fine. It's possible that if you have a very old type of Linux installed, it won't be able to run some of the latest versions.
Ethan on 04 Jul, 2021 08:32 PM
Hmm, possibly, but Moneydance doesn't really use that many resources, unless you have a huge data file. I also have another ten year old laptop with Linux that seems to be able to run the latest version of Moneydance just fine, for example. If you let us know how far you seem to get in installing and running it, along with the specific version you are trying to install, and which version of Linux you are running, we may be able to offer suggestions.
machine is a dell mini
Atom Single Core1.6 Ghz1 GB DDR3 RAM
32 bit==running UNBUNTU 10.04moneydance appears to have installed ok - shows in the dropdown but when click on it - it doesn't run - no err msg.When reboot - doesn't show in the dropdown.Have done this twice to no avail.==Tried installing 2 kinds of light linux but moneydance wouldn't install.==can you assist?tks
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