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First Steps with OpenELEC on the Raspberry Pi 2
OpenELEC uses very little system resources for processor or memory. There's no need to use any special customization tips to get good performance with the RPi2. There's also no need to overclock the machine, reduce the resolution of videos, or use a different skin (although I really like the Amber skin).

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R is a language and environment for statistical computing and graphics. It is a GNU project which is similar to the S language and environment which was developed at Bell Laboratories (formerly AT&T, now Lucent Technologies) by John Chambers and colleagues. R can be considered as a different implementation of S. There are some important differences, but much code written for S runs unaltered under R. Read more


  • GnuCash
    Designed to be easy to use, yet powerful and flexible, GnuCash allows you to track bank accounts, stocks, income and expenses. As quick and intuitive to use as a checkbook register, it is based on professional accounting principles to ensure balanced books and accurate reports. GnuCash is backed by an active development community and is blossoming into a full-fledged accounting system. Developed under the GPL. Read more hot
  • KMyMoney
    KMyMoney is striving to be a full-featured replacement for your Windows-based finance software. We are a full double-entry accounting software package, for personal or small-business use. Read more hot
  • aKount
    aKount is a small KDE program to manage your personal accounts.
  • AqMoney
    A set of homebanking utilities/programs around openHBCI.
  • Attic Manager
    Attic Manager is software used to build and maintain a database of your assets. You can keep track of all the stuff you have, what you have loaned to others, and all the maintenance costs.
  • Bill Manager
    A small Perl script/application that will allow you to manage outstanding bills.
  • BillReminder
    BillReminder is a desktop bill reminder for GNOME.
  • Brinance
    Brinance is a light weight command line financial planning and tracking program, written for UNIX in Perl (and C++ for the old version), hoping to be a functional replacement for something like GnuCash that is overly complicated for these simple tasks, and for those who prefer the command line. It's a simple UNIX personal finance program for the command line junkie.
  • Callisto
    (commercial) With minimal cost, Callisto allows your company to track customers, enter orders and keep your books. The information you need to make smart decisions is at your finger tips. Connect to your data from other ODBC based software, like Excel and Word, and have full control over how your data is presented and analyzed.
  • CBB
    CBB is a free, open-source finance management application. Written in Tcl/Tk and Perl, it is highly OS-independent. It may be used with UNIX, GNU/Linux, Mac OS X, Windows,and more. With CBB you can keep track of your deposits and withdrawals from your checking accounts, savings accounts, credit cards, and money markets; generate reports summarizing your current financial state; and graph your net worth and watch it grow. With CBB, you can easily load your existing Quicken accounts. CBB: free personal finance management without all those ads.
  • CheckBook Tracker
    CheckBook Tracker's features include Import / Export QIF files, Stores settings in XML file in your home directory, Balances account.
  • ChkBk
    ChkBk is a Bourne Shell script designed to be a simple, yet functional checkbook registry program.
  • clipf
    clipf is a personal finance manager with a command line interface.
  • Darhon Finance
    Darhon Finance is a proprietary robust user-friendly personal finance program to track your credit cards, bank accounts and investments. It is packed with multiple currency capability, bank reconciliation, split transactions, reports and graphs. Simplify your search by filtering transactions and export them to TXT file or print them to PDF. Set up your budget and plan for your expenses.
  • Eqonomize!
    Eqonomize! is an application for personal finance management with a focus on efficiency and ease-of-use for the small household economy. It provides bookkeeping by double entry and support for scheduled recurring transactions, security investments, and budgeting. It gives a clear overview of past and present transactions and development of incomes and expenses, with descriptive tables and charts and approximations of future account values. Read more
  • expendable
    Expendable is a program for modelling things such as the offset facility of a mortgage account; a Fixed Term Deposit, to be paid into the mortgage account on maturity; a savings account, for situations where it is more beneficial than using the mortgage offset facility; regular withdrawals from savings; lump sum payments; and promotional rate credit cards.
  • gAcc
    gAcc is a personal account manager like Money or Quicken. gAcc is currently implemented with GTK (QT will follow). QIF import/export and CBB (and possibly other pam) import will be included.
  • Gbonds
    GBonds is a savings bond inventory program for the GNOME desktop environment. It allows you to track the current redemption value and performance of your U.S. Savings Bonds and keep a valuable record of the bonds you own. Gbonds is similar in functionality to Savings Bond Wizard for Windows. GBonds is free software and is distributed under the terms of the GNU General Public License (GPL).
  • gcompte
    gcompte is designed to help you keep track of your personal finance. Currently available in French only.
  • Gnofin
    Gnofin ("Guh-no-fin") is a personal finance application that runs under GNOME. It is designed to be fast, efficient, and easy-to-use. The scope of the project has been kept at a minimum to preserve an interface that is both intuitive and straight-forward to learn. However, Gnofin also provides a plugin system that allows it to be extended in terms of the tools/functions it provides and the file formats it can handle.
  • HomeBank
    HomeBank is a fast, simple and easy to use program to manage your accounts. It differs from gnucash for the better look and feel, and for the greatest start-up speed. It has a lot of features such as easy analysis with graphical charts (statistics, budget, overdrawn, car cost), multi-accounts support, budget management, reminder, import from OFX/QFX-CSV files, visual status of operations. It is based on GTK2. Read more
  • iFreeBudget
    iFreeBudget is a finance and budget tracking tool for those with limited or no accounting experience. You can use it to manage expenses and track account balances, generate reports, create and save complex filters to search the transaction history, create charts and graphs for assets, liabilities, and daily net worth tracking, view stock prices/quotes, store contacts, email, and phone numbers, and import OFX data for banks and credit cards. It supports the latest Quicken format, and also supports downloading current statement for bank and credit card accounts.
  • itax
    A freeopen source multi-platform implementation and extension of the Australian Tax Offices (ATO) 'e-tax' software.
  • KBudget
    A budgeting and money management program for the KDE desktop environment. It requires KDE 3 and is currently in early development. Features include: double-entry accounting, budgeting, transaction list for selected account or month, and full Polish, Russian, Spanish, and Italian translations and partial French translation.
  • Kurush
    Kurush aims to be an easy to use personal finance tool for GNOME Desktop.
  • mbank-cli
    'mbank-cli' provides a rudimentary command line interface to the mBank online banking system.
  • Money Manager Ex
    Money Manager Ex is a cross-platform, easy-to-use personal finance software. It primarily helps organize one's finances and keeps track of where, when and how the money goes. It is also a tool to get a bird's eye view of your financial worth. Read more
  • moneyGuru
    (commercial) moneyGuru is a personal finance management application. With it, you can evaluate your financial situation so you can make informed (and thus better) decisions.
  • MyBudget
    MyBudget's aim of the program is to make it as easy as possible for people to do their own personal budgets and keep track of their finances.
  • Opale
    Opale is a very simple personal bank account manager for KDE and KOffice. Read more
  • Payday
    Payday is a gui pay calculator that simplifies figuring out how much you will make for your pay period.
  • Qt MySQL Budget
    Qt MySQL Budget is a QT/MySQL/C++ Program to create and maintain a budget in a MySQL database. It includes the ability to create budget allocations and expenses and to view the totals for the current month and the combined total of all previous months.
  • R6 Bill Tracker
    R6 Bill Tracker allows you to track your bills and provides an easy to use interface to identify when bill is due. There are several reports to help you budget month to month.
  • RaboGRAP
    RaboGRAP is a tool for Dutch Rabobank users. It generates reports containing overviews, summaries, statistics, and graphs from your banking transactions, which can be downloaded from the Rabobank Internet banking site.
  • Skrooge
    Skrooge is a personal finances management tool for KDE 4. It has the aim of being a highly intuitive application, while providing powerful functions such as reporting, persistent Undo/Redo, encrpytion, and more. Read more
  • stark
    stark is a small tool to display your GnuCash data. It doesn't allow modification of the data. It allows you to quickly jump between accounts that a transaction affects. Depends on expat and ncurses.
  • wxBanker
    wxBanker is a lightweight personal finance manager. It focuses on being as simple and straightforward to use as possible.
  • X-Accountant
    The goal of xacc it to provide an easy to use, yet powerful utility to help keep your finances in order. Features include: Multiple accounts, general ledger, automatic transfers between accounts, quicken import, quickfill, and free.
  • XFinans
    XFinans is meant to provide an overview of the balances of your bank accounts.
  • Xinvest
    personal finance tracking and performance tool
  • Yet Another Financial Manager
    YAFM (Yet Another Financial Manager) is a simple-to-use tool aimed to help track spending and income. It does not require you to track every penny spent or earned and still provides useful information.

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