Accounting on Ubuntu
Ubuntu offers a wide range of accounting and finance applications for personal or business use.
PostBooks is a full business ERP system that can run on a standalone PC, on a network or on the web. If you only use the Qt-based GUI desktop interface, then the only server component required is an installation of the PostgreSQL package. There is also a web and mobile web xTuple ERP solution which requires a full web server and Node.JS setup but it can share the same PostgreSQL schema that is used for the desktop GUI.
Gnucash can track finances in multiple accounts, keeping running and reconciled balances. It has an X based graphical user interface, double entry, a hierarchy of accounts, expense accounts (categories), and can import Quicken QIF files and OFX files.
Personal finance manager for KDE KMyMoney is the Personal Finance Manager for KDE. It operates similar to MS-Money and Quicken, supports different account types, categorisation of expenses, QIF import/export, multiple currencies and initial online banking support.
Grisbi is a personal accounting program. Grisbi can manage multiple accounts, currencies and users. It manages third party, expenditure and receipt categories, as well as budgetary lines, financial years, and other informations that makes it adapted for both personal and associative accounting.
Grisbi can import accounts from QIF, OFX and Gnucash files. It can print reports using LaTeX or export them via HTML.
Tiny ERP is a complete ERP and CRM. The main features are accounting (analytic and financial), stock management, sales and purchases management, tasks automation, marketing campaigns, help desk, POS, etc. Technical features include a distributed server, flexible workflows, an object database, a dynamic GUI, customizable reports, and XML-RPC interfaces.