GNUCash in Gnome only, or KDE?
I'm starting my own business and I'm installing Debian (woody) (first time mind you) on my business system. I want to run GNUCash because it looks like a true work of art, however, I'm not sure about installing it. I looked at the dependencies page and all the packages are for Gnome. I use KDE. Will there be a problem when I install GNUCash and try and run it in KDE or do I have to bring up Gnome to use it?
If I have to bring up Gnome to use it, how do I select which GUI to bring up??? The only GUI starting command I know is startx, which starts your default GUI. I also don't have a internet connection at home... yet, so I want to make sure I do it correctly the first time.
Thanks ahead of time for any information you can give me.