homebank linux

If you want to manage your accounts and expenses, Learn and see how to install the HomeBank financial manager in Linux.

HomeBank Financial Manager is simple, fast and easy to use personal account software for anyone who needs to manage their personal accounts and expenses.

Features of HomeBank Accounting Software

HomeBank have several features such as

  1. Easy analysis with graphs (statistics, budget, overdraft, car cost)
  2. Support multiple accounts
  3. Budget management
  4. Reminder
  5. Simple annual budget
  6. Transfers between accounts can be automated
  7. Import files in OFX / QFX-CSV
  8. Visual status of operations

Homebank software is designed to be easy to use and be able to analyze your personal finances in detail using powerful filtering tools and charts.

HomeBank Software is available in the official repositories of some Linux distributions. However, it is not the latest version.

How to install the HomeBank financial manager in Linux via Flatpak

To install the HomeBank financial manager in Linux via Flatpak. You need to have support for this technology installed on your system. Following the below steps to install the HomeBank financial manager in your systems:

Step 1: Open a terminal

Step 2: Use the command below to install the program via Flatpak. Wait some time. it can often take several minutes to download the file via Flatpak

flatpak install –from https://flathub.org/repo/appstream/fr.free.Homebank.flatpakref

Step 3: To update the program, when a new version is available, run the command:

flatpak –user update fr.free.Homebank

Step 4: If you want  to uninstall the program. Run the following command on the terminal

flatpak –user uninstall fr.free.Homebank


flatpak uninstall fr.free.Homebank

Ready! Now, when you want to start the program, type flatpak run fr.free.Homebankin a terminal.

At Last

You can also try to start the program in the Applications / Dash / Activities menu or any other application launcher in your distro, or enter homebankor into a terminal, followed by the TAB key.