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Old 01-03-2007, 11:19 AM   #1
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Running Moneydance ??

Had moneydance running on a i386 FC5 and installed Moneydance on a FC6 X86_64, will Moneydance run okay on a
Running on X86_64 when you enter a new account and make a new entry and save, it locks up KDE you have to do a ctrl-alt-backspace to get out.
Moneydance mail-list is useless, if you ask a question like, where is the moneydance database, "Moneydance is installed in /home/user " You can't get a straight answer.
And getting hold of anyone else is impossible.

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Old 01-03-2007, 11:50 AM   #2
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Usually programs that work under 64-bit environment have separate installers or sources for x86_64 and separate for i386, because 32-bit is different from 64-bit. Therefore it might be possible to make it work (wine, i386, can be made run under x86_64 with some tricks), but generally it probably won't run "just like that".

Remember that partial answers are still better than no answers at all.


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