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I'm looking for an open source shopping cart solution that's simple and easy to setup. The requirements are:

  • Quick setup for someone familiar with *nix webservers.
  • Checkout via PayPal (other payment methods not needed).
  • Customers should not have to create an account to make a purchase.
  • At least a minimal level of inventory control.
  • Ability to print/export a list of orders in compact form.

Any recommendations for something I should try? Ability to get it up and working quickly is really my priority right now; if it's not ideal, it can be replaced (or, as I'm looking for open source, I can adapt it to fit the requirements better) at a later time.

Edit: Really what I'm looking for is simplicity. This will be for a small local business, and the orders will consist of 1-10 items that are being delivered by a driver who needs a simple list of what each customer received when making delivery. Looking like a giant online computer/electronics/etc. store is definitely not a desirable quality. The simpler the interface presented to customers (who are used to purchasing through dumb web forms and paying COD), the better.

Possible Duplicate:
Online E-Commerce Solutions - What To Look For?

I'm looking for an open source shopping cart solution that's simple and easy to setup. The requirements are:

  • Quick setup for someone familiar with *nix webservers.
  • Checkout via PayPal (other payment methods not needed).
  • Customers should not have to create an account to make a purchase.
  • At least a minimal level of inventory control.
  • Ability to print/export a list of orders in compact form.

Any recommendations for something I should try? Ability to get it up and working quickly is really my priority right now; if it's not ideal, it can be replaced (or, as I'm looking for open source, I can adapt it to fit the requirements better) at a later time.

Edit: Really what I'm looking for is simplicity. This will be for a small local business, and the orders will consist of 1-10 items that are being delivered by a driver who needs a simple list of what each customer received when making delivery. Looking like a giant online computer/electronics/etc. store is definitely not a desirable quality. The simpler the interface presented to customers (who are used to purchasing through dumb web forms and paying COD), the better.

Possible Duplicate:
Online E-Commerce Solutions - What To Look For?

I'm looking for an open source shopping cart solution that's simple and easy to setup. The requirements are:

  • Quick setup for someone familiar with *nix webservers.
  • Checkout via PayPal (other payment methods not needed).
  • Customers should not have to create an account to make a purchase.
  • At least a minimal level of inventory control.
  • Ability to print/export a list of orders in compact form.

Any recommendations for something I should try? Ability to get it up and working quickly is really my priority right now; if it's not ideal, it can be replaced (or, as I'm looking for open source, I can adapt it to fit the requirements better) at a later time.

Edit: Really what I'm looking for is simplicity. This will be for a small local business, and the orders will consist of 1-10 items that are being delivered by a driver who needs a simple list of what each customer received when making delivery. Looking like a giant online computer/electronics/etc. store is definitely not a desirable quality. The simpler the interface presented to customers (who are used to purchasing through dumb web forms and paying COD), the better.

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Possible Duplicate:
Online E-Commerce Solutions - What To Look For?

I'm looking for an open source shopping cart solution that's simple and easy to setup. The requirements are:

  • Quick setup for someone familiar with *nix webservers.
  • Checkout via PayPal (other payment methods not needed).
  • Customers should not have to create an account to make a purchase.
  • At least a minimal level of inventory control.
  • Ability to print/export a list of orders in compact form.

Any recommendations for something I should try? Ability to get it up and working quickly is really my priority right now; if it's not ideal, it can be replaced (or, as I'm looking for open source, I can adapt it to fit the requirements better) at a later time.

Edit: Really what I'm looking for is simplicity. This will be for a small local business, and the orders will consist of 1-10 items that are being delivered by a driver who needs a simple list of what each customer received when making delivery. Looking like a giant online computer/electronics/etc. store is definitely not a desirable quality. The simpler the interface presented to customers (who are used to purchasing through dumb web forms and paying COD), the better.

I'm looking for an open source shopping cart solution that's simple and easy to setup. The requirements are:

  • Quick setup for someone familiar with *nix webservers.
  • Checkout via PayPal (other payment methods not needed).
  • Customers should not have to create an account to make a purchase.
  • At least a minimal level of inventory control.
  • Ability to print/export a list of orders in compact form.

Any recommendations for something I should try? Ability to get it up and working quickly is really my priority right now; if it's not ideal, it can be replaced (or, as I'm looking for open source, I can adapt it to fit the requirements better) at a later time.

Edit: Really what I'm looking for is simplicity. This will be for a small local business, and the orders will consist of 1-10 items that are being delivered by a driver who needs a simple list of what each customer received when making delivery. Looking like a giant online computer/electronics/etc. store is definitely not a desirable quality. The simpler the interface presented to customers (who are used to purchasing through dumb web forms and paying COD), the better.

Possible Duplicate:
Online E-Commerce Solutions - What To Look For?

I'm looking for an open source shopping cart solution that's simple and easy to setup. The requirements are:

  • Quick setup for someone familiar with *nix webservers.
  • Checkout via PayPal (other payment methods not needed).
  • Customers should not have to create an account to make a purchase.
  • At least a minimal level of inventory control.
  • Ability to print/export a list of orders in compact form.

Any recommendations for something I should try? Ability to get it up and working quickly is really my priority right now; if it's not ideal, it can be replaced (or, as I'm looking for open source, I can adapt it to fit the requirements better) at a later time.

Edit: Really what I'm looking for is simplicity. This will be for a small local business, and the orders will consist of 1-10 items that are being delivered by a driver who needs a simple list of what each customer received when making delivery. Looking like a giant online computer/electronics/etc. store is definitely not a desirable quality. The simpler the interface presented to customers (who are used to purchasing through dumb web forms and paying COD), the better.

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I'm looking for an open source shopping cart solution that's simple and easy to setup. The requirements are:

  • Quick setup for someone familiar with *nix webservers.
  • Checkout via PayPal (other payment methods not needed).
  • Customers should not have to create an account to make a purchase.
  • At least a minimal level of inventory control.
  • Ability to print/export a list of orders in compact form.

Any recommendations for something I should try? Ability to get it up and working quickly is really my priority right now; if it's not ideal, it can be replaced (or, as I'm looking for open source, I can adapt it to fit the requirements better) at a later time.

Edit: Really what I'm looking for is simplicity. This will be for a small local business, and the orders will consist of 1-10 items that are being delivered by a driver who needs a simple list of what each customer received when making delivery. Looking like a giant online computer/electronics/etc. store is definitely not a desirable quality. The simpler the interface presented to customers (who are used to purchasing through dumb web forms and paying COD), the better.

I'm looking for an open source shopping cart solution that's simple and easy to setup. The requirements are:

  • Quick setup for someone familiar with *nix webservers.
  • Checkout via PayPal (other payment methods not needed).
  • Customers should not have to create an account to make a purchase.
  • At least a minimal level of inventory control.
  • Ability to print/export a list of orders in compact form.

Any recommendations for something I should try? Ability to get it up and working quickly is really my priority right now; if it's not ideal, it can be replaced (or, as I'm looking for open source, I can adapt it to fit the requirements better) at a later time.

I'm looking for an open source shopping cart solution that's simple and easy to setup. The requirements are:

  • Quick setup for someone familiar with *nix webservers.
  • Checkout via PayPal (other payment methods not needed).
  • Customers should not have to create an account to make a purchase.
  • At least a minimal level of inventory control.
  • Ability to print/export a list of orders in compact form.

Any recommendations for something I should try? Ability to get it up and working quickly is really my priority right now; if it's not ideal, it can be replaced (or, as I'm looking for open source, I can adapt it to fit the requirements better) at a later time.

Edit: Really what I'm looking for is simplicity. This will be for a small local business, and the orders will consist of 1-10 items that are being delivered by a driver who needs a simple list of what each customer received when making delivery. Looking like a giant online computer/electronics/etc. store is definitely not a desirable quality. The simpler the interface presented to customers (who are used to purchasing through dumb web forms and paying COD), the better.

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