__/ [ Roy Schestowitz ] on Friday 12 May 2006 10:04 \__
> __/ [ Dick Kistler ] on Thursday 11 May 2006 23:38 \__
>> "Alfred" <99m@xxxxxxxxx> wrote in message
>>> Can anyone recommend some Linux-based inventory control software? I
>>> don't want to, yet again, support another Windows server to host such
>>> software because I find it far easier to manage my SLES9 systems than
>>> my Windows systems, and I have a far easier time at security audit time
>>> as well.
>>> I guess it would have to be web-based, right?
>>> We have a mix of Windows and Linux. Want to be all Linux, but oh well.
>>> I just work here.
>>> I'm going to have to get a barcoder to integrate with this.
>>> Much appreciated for your advice!
>> Something here: http://linuxfinances.info/info/finances.html maybe
> I suppose a Web-based tool would serve you well and also be
> platform-independent. I am not sure how well this would work with
> barcodes, which have to integrate with the software over the network (make
> sure they are not bound to software vendors or hardware manufacturers).
> When you said "inventory", my initial thought was "personal inventory"
> (i.e. something that a simple spreadsheet <
> http://freshmeat.net/projects/phpwebsheet/ > can cater for). There are
> various financial packages that contain an inventory module. I hear good
> things about < http://www.sql-ledger.org/ >, but I have no experience with
> it. Explore the link which Dick has added.
> Best of wishes,
Update: the following has just been published and I thought you would find it
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