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How to install the Linux version of TaxCalc
TaxCalc is now available as a native version for Linux users. The installer package should work on most Linux distributions. The process is the almost same as the Windows installation process, but without the option to install for all users or just me. Go to www.taxcalc.com, login and...
rating 04 Jan, 2017 Views: 1488
How to allow the TaxCalc installer to execute on Linux
When attempting to install TaxCalc on a Linux machine, you may get the following message. This is because the file needs to be made executable. Some distributions may allow you to select a button 'make executable and run', in which case you may choose that option and skip the following...
rating 20 Apr, 2016 Views: 705
Fonts don't display correctly on Linux version of TaxCalc
it is possible that some distributions of Linux may not include all the system fonts necessary for TaxCalc to display as intended. This can sometimes make the program display using incorrect fonts. Below is an example of the splash screen without all the necessary fonts, alongside an example with...
rating 18 Mar, 2016 Views: 506
Installing Adobe Reader on Linux
Adobe Reader is not included in Linux builds as most distributions do have a program capable of rendering pdf documents. For instance, Ubuntu ships with Document Viewer and this will display pdf documents created with TaxCalc. However it is possible that some documents may not be rendered by 3rd...
rating 08 Jul, 2015 Views: 200
Is there a network version of TaxCalc for Mac and Linux machines?
With the release of the Mac and Linux versions of TaxCalc for standalone computers, and the subsequent CloudConnect offering, we have been working toward releasing the network capable version of the program for the Mac and Linux platforms. While work and testing on the Server portions of TaxCalc...
rating 12 Dec, 2016 Views: 133
Can I use TaxCalc on a Chromebook/ChromeOS
At the current time this is not possible and TaxCalc have no plans to release a native Chromebook/ChromeOS version of the program. It may be possible to install a supported version of Linux onto ChromeOS and run TaxCalc in the Linux environment, but TaxCalc cannot provide technical support if...
rating 13 Mar, 2017 Views: 128