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nTPV

   1.2RC1  

KDE Other Software

Score 80%
nTPV
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Link:  Link
Depends on  KDE 3.1.x
Downloads:  2125
Submitted:  Oct 28 2004
Updated:  Feb 21 2005

Description:

nTPV is a point of sale (POS) system. Although it was initially designed to manage restaurants, bars, cafes, and similar businesses, it's evolving into a general purpose POS. It uses DCOP and nkxmlrpcd for distributed comunications among POS (ticket printing), and uses PostgreSQL as its database backend. It features a fast and easy-to-use interface. Its high modularity and scalability makes it easy to enhance and mantain.




Changelog:

READY FOR TRANSLATION
Compilation and installation system simplified to a make all (tested on Debian and Suse)
New graphics on cash closes section.
Creation of invoices on expended tickets.
Pay buttons can be configured through xml files.
Shorcuts bar can be configured with nTPV Backoffice.
New graphics on historical section in nTPV Backoffice.
Better behavior on products section and screen reading.
Graphical aspect changed.




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 Commercial distrib.?

 
 by Enforcer on: Dec 8 2004
 
Score 50%

Hi,

this looks like a great application which could help fill a gap in Linux applications.

Have you thought about phoning SuSE or IBM and preparing a commercial distribution? I think the typical POS is not managed by techies who like to install Linux, but by people who want to earn money and need commercial support. No matter how good the application is, especially in specialized applications like these - if there is nobody to yell at if things break, it isn't even considered.

I think this application could make a LOT of impact if a reputable company were to stand behind it. And it might even bring you a job (if you don't already have one :-)


Thanks,

Jens


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 Retail

 
 by jayenell on: Jan 19 2005
 
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The main issue on this great looking app, is taht it runs on my beloved KDE.

The reason I tell you this is because I used to work for a few years in a retail software and hardware company. They made these kind off apps and sold it also. Anyhow, the hardware used at the points-of-sale were almost not the newest computers, but older ones to save money.

I recommend you to port this to a more lightweight desktop manager. Why KDE for one application, it should even be able to run standalone, saving a lot of PC-power.

Cheers,

J


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 difficult to install

 
 by veton on: Feb 13 2005
 
Score 50%

Hi! I'm having a lot of trouble to install your software. I have to manually twick the makefile because the path are hardcoded. I'm working on Suse and apparently your makefile are oriented toward a debian installation :(

Nevertheless, your software seems really good!


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 Re: difficult to install

 
 by manaha on: Feb 16 2005
 
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yes. I recon it's difficult to install...

In a few days i will submit the next release candidate 1.2rc1. This release includes a better compilation system, which has been tested on SUSE and Debian, so with just a "make all" as root, all the program must be installed.


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 difficult to install

 
 by pingulang on: Mar 4 2005
 
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I have trouble to install your software.I'm working on SUSE 9.2 and get the error:

/usr/lib/gcc-lib/i586-suse-linux/3.3.4/../../../../i586-suse-linux/bin/ld: cannot find -lqt-mt


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 1.2RC1 won't build

 
 by guitard00d on: Mar 15 2005
 
Score 50%

Downloaded 1.2RC1 and tried to build on Mepis (Debian) but it just won't build, even though I have all of the required libs installed (at least according to the English README). I guess if I was from Spain I'd have some actual documentation to guide me. The LiveCD doesn't do you any good either since it's all in Spanish too. Once this thing gets some English support, it's going to be the best POS software out there. But as it stands right now, it's just a nice looking program that's pretty much only usable if you're from Spain.


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 Translated?

 
 by mjkelly on: Nov 9 2005
 
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Has this been translated yet? Im looking for a good POS system and i think this is the one. It wont compile correctly though. Any help? Is there a forum somewhere thats in english?


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