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Point Of Sale (POS) System (Non-web based) for Linux (or wine)
Planet13




msg:4612208
 6:29 am on Sep 24, 2013 (gmt 0)

Hi Everyone;

I am looking for a good point of sale system for linux (or that will run under Wine) that will work WITHOUT Internet access.

We have three brick-and-mortar stores. Two DON'T have internet access. So web-based solutions won't work. Also, they must not require a license check via internet each time they are run.

Also, I will have to be able to export inventory from one main store which can then be imported into the other stores via a spreadsheet (not Excel). (I don't need to export / import sales data and inventory data, I just need to export the item# name, price, etc.,)

Lemon POS is out because they don't support import / export by spreadsheet.

PHP POS Looks good and is only $99. Does anybody have any thoughts about it?

[EDIT: Looks like PHP POS is based on Open source Point of Sale - which I am guessing is free]

Thanks in advance.

 

Planet13




msg:4612323
 3:43 pm on Sep 24, 2013 (gmt 0)

Just to clarify one thing...

It is ok if it is a BROWSER based POS where I install MySQL and Apache locally because there will be Linux boxes at each location.

It's just that I won't have access to the internet.

Thanks.

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