Geert Janssens | 27 Mar 08:34 2015
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Re: GNU cash crashes when I try to link an invoice to a payment on account

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On Thursday 26 March 2015 21:38:13 andy wrote:
> Hi Geert,
> 
> thanks for getting back to me, sorry about my delay getting back to
> you.
> 
> I couldn't find the trace file I guess as I'd used GNUcash a lot since
> then. So I tried to recreate the problem with a test set of accounts
> set up for the purpose.
> 
> It didn't freeze this time just worked but did produce a trace file so
> I don't know if that helps I've included it below. If it does it
> again I know where the trace file is now so I'll send it to you.
> 
> thanks andy
> 
> * 21:26:26  WARN <gnc.backend.dbi> [gnc_module_init_backend_dbi()] No
> DBD drivers found * 21:26:34  WARN <gnc.python> Unable to initialize
> Python module (unable to open /usr/share/gnucash/python/init.py) *
> 21:30:18  CRIT <GLib> Source ID 9485 was not found when attempting to
> remove it * 21:30:21  CRIT <GLib> Source ID 9512 was not found when
> attempting to remove it * 21:32:12  CRIT <GLib> Source ID 10123 was
> not found when attempting to remove it * 21:32:55  CRIT <GLib>
> g_key_file_free: assertion 'key_file != NULL' failed * 21:32:55  CRIT
> <GLib> Source ID 13244 was not found when attempting to remove it
> On 24/03/15 15:08, Geert Janssens wrote:
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Roger Miskowicz | 27 Mar 04:01 2015
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Another Compile Question – libgoffice-0.10-0

I am trying to compile gnucash 2.6.5 but get stuck in ./confgure at:

checking for libgoffice-0.8 >= 0.7.0... no
configure: error: Cannot find libgoffice.>= 0.7.0

But I have libgoffice-0.10-10 installed which I thought is a higher version
than 0.7.0?

Do I need to install and older version of libgoffice?

Roger
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Dennis Powless | 27 Mar 00:30 2015
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Compile Guncash

I am having trouble installing Gnucash 2.6.5 in ubuntu 14.04 LTS

I downloaded the tar.bz2 file and extracted it to a folder Gnucash on the
desktop.

I then opened terminal and cd to that folder and the gnucash-2.6.5 folder

I then ran the code in terminal
./configure

then I entered
make
nothing

then I entered

sudo make install

I get an error of sorts about the target etc... and not sure what it means.

I did the same thing and used checkinstall no different

How do I install gnucash 2.6.5 triend the other option and it was the 2.6.1

Thanks,

Dennis
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Alex Aycinena | 26 Mar 22:43 2015
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Re: gnucash Question

Cindy,

On Thu, Mar 26, 2015 at 1:32 PM, Cindy <trusteeasst <at> dwx.com> wrote:

> I just set up my account using your system.  I loaded 3 months into the
> system and tried to reconcile the Check register to my bank statement in
> doing so I lost the Check register where I imput my transaction information
> – HOW do I find that check register that the reports all show the
> information still there?????
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> The only tab I have showing is my Accounts tab I cannot locate the
> register tab showing my transactions from Dec 31 to current?
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Jeffrey Small | 26 Mar 03:42 2015

Script to categorize imported transactions

Hello,

Thank you for this script.  I am very interested in using it.  It looks 
like it is only set up to work on gnucash files.  I would like to see it 
work on mysql databases as well.  Looks like it is close, but need to 
pass the password somehow, or use public key would be nice.

Thanks!

Jeff Small
jsmall <at> linux25.com
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Deane Yamane | 25 Mar 21:01 2015
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Reactivating lost or deleted account

Anyone know how to reactivate a lost or deleted account.  I know it's there because I can see it in either
editing or adding a new account.  it's just not on the 'real' list.

Aloha, Mr. 'Dizzy' Deane Yamane
Email: deane.yamane <at> gmail.com
Email: deane <at> aloha.net
My URL:  http://www.deaney.com/  

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John Fisher | 25 Mar 13:47 2015
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Python bindings change sales tax rate

I'm converting from QuickBooks and have a large invoice history to import.
Sales tax rates have changed over the years, but TaxTableEntry.SetAmount
doesn't seem to work. I get an attribute error (name). Is there a
workaround or does someone have a working example?

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Geert Janssens | 25 Mar 17:26 2015
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GnuCash featured in Fedora magazine

The title says it all:
This week Ankur Sinha "FranciscoD" wrote an article about GnuCash for 
the Fedora Magazine:
http://fedoramagazine.org/managing-finances-gnucash/

It reads like a commercial :)

The comments so far are fairly balanced with people both pointing out 
positive and negative aspects of the software. Feel free to join the 
discussion there, no registration required.

Geert
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CCAAT | 25 Mar 16:18 2015
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gnucash migration from 2.4.11 to 2.6.5 on linux

Hello,

So I'm posting to the group on how I completed the migration of gnucash
form 2.4.11 to 2.6.5 under (gentoo) linux.

First: I used scp with options "-rp" to copy the <user/.gnucash> 
directory from one system to another.

Second: As was suggested, I exported the data file from the existing 
system (guncash-2.4.11) to a known location and  use the 'scp' command 
to copy it to the new system that was running gnucash-2.6.5.

Third: Start gnucash-2.6.5 and point to the data file and all is 
perfectly happy, with pretty much the same set up as on the previous 
system. I have not explored all of the features of the new version
of gnucash, but so far, no problems. If there are any suggestions
on specific new features to test, please post some detail and I'll
run those tests.

hth,
James

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Gary Holtum | 25 Mar 14:57 2015
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investment value

I have set up long term investment accounts that are managed stock and bond
and index funds. The value of these funds change as the market changes. 

I want to update the current market total value, monthly as I receive
statements. How would I make these adjustments? What accounts do I use to
show the increase or decrease in value?

Also, how do I handle additional investments or withdrawals?

Gary H

Diamond H Ranch

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nssimpson | 25 Mar 10:26 2015
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Recording all purchases under a vendor???

Hi

I'm a complete accounting newbie and have been recording all my business
transactions within Excel. My accountant and bookkeeper are happy with this
but I've decided to move into the 21st century so have installed GNUCash.

I am VAT registered so always need to account for that. I believe I have
correctly configured that part so when posting bills and invoices it does
correctly splits the total value and record the VAT element in the VAT
liabilities sub-account.

Around half of my vendors require immediate payment before shipping any
goods so I either pay them on card or bank transfer. Now when I get their
invoice should I be recording it as a vendor bill and posting it so it
appears in accounts payable and then immediately setting it to paid? I've
been reading help documentation and watching YouTube tutorials and some
people simply enter them straight into an expenses sub-account rather than
doing this so I'm a bit confused.

I also have the same question about customers that pay upfront but I'm
guessing the best way of recording those is to record under customer
invoice, posting it and recording it as paid.

Then when it comes to office purchases, do I record the invoices I get from
say Amazon as a vendor bill or do I simply enter them into an expenses
sub-account?

I have read that reports differ depending on how things are logged but I'm
just a bit lost at the minute. I don't understand when I should enter
transactions directly within a sub-account.
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