Install BudgetView on your Linux PC.

Select an option below to start downloading BudgetView:


BudgetView requires Java version 1.5+ to run on your system. You need to make sure that the Java platform installed on your computer is that delivered by Oracle (the OpenJDK version is not yet supported).

You can check which version of Java is running on your system with the following terminal command:

java -version

You should get a message like this:

java version "1.5.0_16"
Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build 1.5.0_16-b06-284)
Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 1.5.0_16-133, mixed mode, sharing)

If this command fails to run, or if the version displayed is older than 1.5, you will have to get the latest version of Java on the following website:

You can check the following guides for more information, depending on your system:


Installing the .deb file (Ubuntu / Debian)

Just right-click on the downloaded file and select the "Install package" option.

You can also run the following command in a terminal:

sudo dpkg -i budgetview-4.02.deb

Installing the .tar.gz file (all distributions)

Download the aforementioned file, making sure you notice the directory where it was saved on your system.

Open a terminal window, go to the directory where you downloaded BudgetView and run this command:

tar xzvf budgetview-4.02-en.tar.gz

This will create a BudgetView directory in the current directory. Run the next command:

cd BudgetView

and start BudgetView as follows:


Voilà! You're now ready to use BudgetView.

Any question? Check our support site!

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