Installing KMyMoney on Windows

Ben Cooksley bcooksley at
Fri Aug 7 21:39:32 UTC 2015

On Sat, Aug 8, 2015 at 2:40 AM, José Carlos Santos <jcsantos at> wrote:
> Hi all,

Hi Jose,

> I decided to install KMyMoney on a Windows machine. It was the first time
> ever that tried to install any KDE software. I ran into a strange problem:
> whenever I try to run KMyMoney, I get this error message:
> The monetary decimal symbol is not correctly set in the KDE System Settings
> module Country/region & Language. Please set it to a reasonable values and
> start KMyMoney again.
> How can I possibly do this if KMyMoney doesn't run at all?

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I'm afraid we can't help you with your inquiry.

I'd suggest making a post on the KDE Community Forums at or reposting your question to the KDE users
mailing list (kde at or the KDE on Windows mailing list
(kde-windows at

In any event, running KDE System Settings and completing the necessary
configuration should resolve your issue - this will probably be called
"systemsettings.exe" and located in the directory in which KMyMoney is

> Best regards,
> José Carlos Santos

Ben Cooksley
KDE Sysadmin

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