This software is suitable for those who want to have control of their personal accounts in an easy and simple way. Available for Linux and Windows.
If you want to use Terminal Finances without compiling choose one of the options below to download:
- AppImage Linux x86_64 How to install:
wget https://github.com/terroo/terminal-finances/releases/download/v1.0.0/Terminal_Finances-x86_64.AppImage chmod +x Terminal_Finances-x86_64.AppImage ./Terminal_Finances-x86_64.AppImage
Alternatively, you can use the app-get. What makes it different is that it creates an icon on your Dashboard and makes it easier to access and update or remove. Example:
- Windows 10 64-bit
- Download it by clicking on this link
- Unzip the .rar file
- Double-click the installation file to install
- And after the installation is finished, access the program through the start menu
Building the Terminal Finances
First of all you will need the dependencies
For example, on Ubuntu, Linux Mint, Debian and derivatives the command would be:
sudo apt install qmake g++ make libqt5widgets5 libqt5gui5 libqt5core5a libqt5sql libqt5printsupport5
Then clone the repository and compile as follows:
git clone https://github.com/terroo/terminal-finances cd terminal-finances qmake -qt=qt5 src/TerminalFinances.pro make sudo make install
I am still developing the Wiki, but while it is not ready you can see how to use it through this video:
Activate subtitles and choose the language according to yours.
If you find a bug or want a feature to be implemented for the new versions use the issues to inform.
- Compiled version Clone the repository if you don't have
cd terminal-finances sudo make uninstall
Windows Access the Control Panel and Add/Remove Programs and uninstall
app-get --remove terminal-finances