On Thu, 8 May 2008, Joseph L. Casale wrote: > I am trying to help a small shop migrate off an old DOS sales application and > was hoping to find a Linux alternative. Anyone have any experience with these > types of applications, it would likely be a 2-3 user setup. Not sure what you mean by invoicing application but sql-ledger http://sql-ledger.org/ and its fork Ledger-SMB http://www.ledgersmb.org/node/8 will do inventory and double entry accounting, including invoicing. Both are GPL but the documentation and support for sql-ledger is by subscription only. I have never actually used Ledger-SMB but it was forked from sql-ledger as a result of a religious war between the Ledger-SMB people the sql-ledger author . I have used sql-ledger for the past 4 years. It is not perfect and I do pay for support because I think the documnetation available for it is better then what was available for Ledger-SMB the last time I looked. I need someone to ping on when I get into a bind with the program. Fortunately now days I rarely have problems I cannot resolve myself but I have needed this support in the past and Dieter was very responsive and helpful. Regards, -- Tom Diehl tdiehl at rogueind.com Spamtrap address mtd123 at rogueind.com 1. I know there are people here who are VERY familiar with the actual situation. PLEASE do not turn this thread into LedgerSMB is better than sql-ledger flame fest. Google has the details and if one needs more info the mailing lists for each program is a better place to ask constructive questions.