GnuCash 2.4 Small Business Accounting

GnuCash 2.4 small business accounting

The GnuCash development team received notice about a new book published by PacktPub, UK:

GnuCash 2.4 Small Business Accounting, by Ashok Ramachandran.

This is a Beginner's Guide for managing your accounts.

Our own developer Christian Stimming has been contributing to this book as a reviewer, and we can wholeheartly recommend the outcome of this fruitful collaboration. Feel free to have a look at this book over at packtpub.com, and, best of all, the publisher has committed to allocate some percentage of the book sales back to the GnuCash project. Have fun with this book!

Download GnuCash

Download executable bundles of the GnuCash program inclusive documentation or the source files here. Several versions are available for recent and older operating systems.

Stable release (4.12)

A stable release is a version of GnuCash that is well tested and considered appropriate for every day use.

The latest stable release of GnuCash is 4.12. Choose the download for your operating system below.

Installers

Linux

Most linux distributions come bundled with a version of GnuCash, though it's not always the most recent version and it may not have been installed by default. Still it is recommended to use the GnuCash version that comes with your distribution.

At repology.org you can compare which distribution which version ships.

Below are ways to install GnuCash on some of the more popular distributions:

Sandbox

Source code

If you can't easily install GnuCash in your distribution, or wish to install a different version than it ships with, you can build GnuCash from source code as described in the wiki.

This old stable release is the final version of all bugfixes from the previous stable series without being a major upgrade.

The last old stable release of GnuCash (available below) is 3.11.

Latest versions for historical operating systems

These versions are really old. No support is offered.

Other

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