gnucash - personal finance manager


   gnucash [options] [ accounts.gnc ]


   GnuCash  is a personal accounting package that allows you to record and
   track  income,  expenses,  assets,   and   investments.   It   supports
   reconciliation,   has   substantial   reporting  capabilities,  and  is
   extensible using guile. It can import QIF  data  from  Quicken(TM)  and
   many  other  commercial  accounting packages. It uses GTK+ and GNOME to
   provide an attractive user interface, and has extensive online help.


          Show GnuCash version

   --help Show this help message

          Enable  debugging  mode:  increasing  logging  to  provide  deep

          Enable extra/development/debugging features.

   --log  Log        level        overrides,       of       the       form

          File to log  into;  defaults  to  "/tmp/gnucash.trace";  can  be
          "stderr" or "stdout".

          Do not load the last file opened

   --add-price-quotes FILE
          Add price quotes to the given data file

          Regular  expression determining which namespace commodities will
          be retrieved.


          Automatically generated per-user  configuration  file.   DO  NOT
          EDIT MANUALLY!


          Enable  debugging  output.   This  allows  you  to  turn  on the
          debugging earlier in the  startup  process  than  you  can  with

          An override for the GnuCash scheme load path. You shouldn't need
          to alter this.  For more information see the README file.

          An override  for  the  GnuCash  scheme  load  path  for  Gnucash
          modules. You shouldn't need to alter this.  For more information
          see the README file.


   Please report any bugs using the bug reporting form on the GnuCash  web


   GnuCash has extensive on-line help available from the "help" menu.

   Additional  information  and the latest version is available at the web


   Robert Merkel <> wrote this manpage.

   GnuCash was written by Robin  Clark,  Linas  Vepstas,  and  a  cast  of


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