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myBill needs no installation except downloading the latest zip file, uncompressing it and executing runApp.sh if you are on a unix-like OS (like Linux,*BSD,MacOS) or runApp.bat if you are using an MS windows flavor.If by any change the program does not start in Windows when you execute the batch file, try double-cicking on the jar. If you are still having problems starting the app, that means that your java installation is in a quite different place than the one used in the development systems, so you can start the app, by just typing the command "java -jar myBill.jar" while being in the project directory from a command or DOS prompt depending what type of OS you use.You can download the zip file from [[MyBill.Download|here]]. Of course that means that you can use your copy from any kind of portable media like a usb stick or an external hard-drive.
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myBill needs no installation except downloading the latest zip file, uncompressing it and executing runApp.sh if you are on a unix-like OS (like Linux,*BSD,MacOS) or runApp.bat if you are using an MS windows flavor.If by any change the program does not start in Windows when you execute the batch file, try double-cicking on the jar.

If you are still having problems starting the app, that means that your java installation is in a quite different place than the one used in the development systems, so you can start the app, by just typing the command "java -jar myBill.jar" while being in the project directory from a command or DOS prompt depending what type of OS you use.You can download the zip file from [[MyBill.Download|here]]. Of course that means that you can use your copy from any kind of portable media like a usb stick or an external hard-drive.
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myBill needs no installation except downloading the latest zip file, uncompressing it and executing runApp.sh if you are on a unix-like OS (like Linux,*BSD,MacOS) or runApp.bat if you are using an MS windows flavor.If by any change the program does not start in Windows when you execute the batch file, try double-cicking on the jar.You can download the zip file from [[MyBill.Download|here]]. Of course that means that you can use your copy from any kind of portable media like a usb stick or an external hard-drive.
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myBill needs no installation except downloading the latest zip file, uncompressing it and executing runApp.sh if you are on a unix-like OS (like Linux,*BSD,MacOS) or runApp.bat if you are using an MS windows flavor.If by any change the program does not start in Windows when you execute the batch file, try double-cicking on the jar. If you are still having problems starting the app, that means that your java installation is in a quite different place than the one used in the development systems, so you can start the app, by just typing the command "java -jar myBill.jar" while being in the project directory from a command or DOS prompt depending what type of OS you use.You can download the zip file from [[MyBill.Download|here]]. Of course that means that you can use your copy from any kind of portable media like a usb stick or an external hard-drive.
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myBill needs no installation except downloading the latest zip file, uncompressing it and executing runApp.sh if you are on a unix-like OS (like Linux,*BSD,MacOS) or runApp.bat if you are using an MS windows flavor.You can download the zip file from [[MyBill.Download|here]]. Of course that means that you can use your copy from any kind of portable media like a usb stick or an external hard-drive.
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myBill needs no installation except downloading the latest zip file, uncompressing it and executing runApp.sh if you are on a unix-like OS (like Linux,*BSD,MacOS) or runApp.bat if you are using an MS windows flavor.If by any change the program does not start in Windows when you execute the batch file, try double-cicking on the jar.You can download the zip file from [[MyBill.Download|here]]. Of course that means that you can use your copy from any kind of portable media like a usb stick or an external hard-drive.
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myBill is written in Java and uses internally [[http://www.hsqldb.org/|hsqldb]] which is an open source RDBMS written also in Java and is included in the distribution zip-file. In other words there are no other requirements besides the Java VM. If by any chance you have not Java installed to your system, you can find it [[http://java.sun.com/javase/downloads|here]]

myBill needs no installation except downloading the latest zip file, uncompressing it and executing runApp.sh if you are on a unix-like OS (like Linux,*BSD,MacOS) or runApp.bat if you are using an MS windows flavor.You can download the zip file from [[MyBill.Download|here]]. Of course that means that you can use your copy from any kind of portable media like a usb stick or an external hard-drive.


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