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Richard Ducombs France
2/26/17, 10:38 AM

I have the same problem with Odoo 8 on Ubuntu.

Somebody have solution ?

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HappyOdoo India
2/27/17, 1:02 AM

Can you tell us which app you are install and where you put.

Onésim SARL, Richard Ducombs France
2/27/17, 9:10 AM

I try to install :

- connector

- connector_ecommerce

from the oddo apps, from Configuration > Applications

Onésim SARL, Richard Ducombs France
2/27/17, 12:00 PM

I have the same problem with runbot.

I think the problem is the authentication with my odoo account

https://accounts.odoo.com/oauth2/auth

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medmars Morocco
3/17/17, 11:00 AM

I have the Same error with odoo 10 on Windows 10 and windows server. I think the problem is in the app store and not on odoo

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Ravi Bhateliya India
3/3/17, 1:24 AM


GO to this link,  might be your problem solve here

there he has the same problem 500 servers internal error after installation of odoo, and his problems solved.  

http://stackoverflow.com/questions/39076484/odoo-500-server-internal-error-after-installation-of-odoo

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ISE Spain
12/11/16, 5:57 AM

Hello,

Have you been able to find a solution?

The same thing happens to me with Odoo 10 in Ubuntu 16.04. Newly installed with the Yenthe script

I have installed it several times and I can not install anything from the App Store ... Always the message of Internal server error ...

Let's see if anyone can help us ...

Thanks in advance...

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Tomasz Serwanski Poland
3/1/17, 7:30 AM

Hello,


Server errors after installing new thing (i.e. module) comes (at leas as per my experience) in problems with editing files done during installation. if such a thing happen (luckili it is rare case) I am checking logs, and looking for modified files comparing these to base install. in case of linux systems:


1) checking files mentioned in odoo log file:

for i in `tail -100 odoo-server.log | grep "File \"/usr" | awk -F\" '{print($2)}'`; do ls -la $i; done

above command gives me last files mentioned in odoo log; I am looking for file(s) changed lately, just after last change/installation

2) if there will be any file just modified found, I am just making copy of it, and replacing with same file from working (base) installation

sound stupid but.. so far always when having server error was able to quickly find guilty file. I am not considering here what was root case (how come file was broken/changed in wrong way), but as a solution it could - I hope - help.


regards

Tomasz

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