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I installed the script from a tutorial here, and at the end i should run
sudo su odoo
./openerp-server -c /etc/openerp-server.conf &
to start the application,
and my question is there is a way to start it automatically? with the tutorials for v7 there was a way to start it as a service so when the computer was on, openerp should be runing. i would like some help thx!
You should look for a "daemon" script. That is the general way to start things in linux. It should be put into the /etc/init.d directory (At least on debian-like distro's).
While you are at it, run update-rc.d on the service to make sure that it will automatically start at bootup.
This seems like a nice script:
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