Installing under Linux

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The best way to install Banana Accounting for Linux is via the App Store for Linux: Snapcraft.

On Ubuntu, just select Ubuntu Software, search for "banana", select Banana Accounting and click on the "Install" button.

The Snapcraft store can be used on various Linux distributions, including OpenSUSE and Mint.
Here you find how to use Snapcraft on your favorite distribution.

By downloading the program, you accept the user license conditions.

Install using the App Store for Linux

Banana Accounting on Ubuntu Store

.AppImage Package

Download the application, make it executable, and run! No need to install. No system libraries or system preferences are altered.

  • Download the package
  • Make the package executable
    • Right click the package and select Properties
    • Under the tab Permission activate the option "Allow execution ..." 
    • Confirm the change with Ok
  • Start the application with a double click on the package

Download .appImage

Package .tgz

For those who need it...

  • Download the .tgz package
  • Extract the .tgz package
  • Run the file

The .tgz package contains the script When you execute it, Banana Accounting 9 will be copied to the /opt/banana9 folder, registered in the system and associated with the .ac2 files.

Download tar.gz


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The most complete and up-to-date documentation is the one of Banana Accounting Plus: Try it now

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