I want to install OpenERP 6.1 Server and the web Client too. I am a new user in Mac OS, but first of to use mac i used linux (ubuntu) and i know to use the system's command prompt. I don't know what libraries i have to install.
Thanks in advance. Best regards, Montse.
Here's my experience installing OpenERP Server v6.1 on a Mac OS X 10.8.2, I'm pretty sure most steps will be quite similar.
You'll need to have MacPorts installed first www.macports.org/index.php (in a simple way, it's kind of apt-get replacement for Mac, correct me if I'm wrong about this)
Unfortunately it requires Xcode (you will need to download Xcode from the Apple developer website, register for free user first). Be aware that Xcode itself is quite big, I downloaded xcode4520418508a.dmg it was 1.7GB in size. Here's a good place to continue the Xcode & Macport installation process. guide.macports.org/chunked/installing.xcode.html
Next step: PostgreSQL 9.1 Download here: www.enterprisedb.com/products-services-training/pgdownload#osx
I had mine installed in:
Open 'Terminal' and type:
sudo -i export PGHOME=/Library/PostgreSQL/9.1 echo 'export PATH=/Library/PostgreSQL/9.1/bin:$PATH' >> $PGHOME/.profile exit
Next step: Create user account that OpenERP will use to connect to PostgreSQL (you can follow the same step in Linux installation guide)
Next: Install all OpenERP Python dependencies:
sudo -i port install python27 port select python python27 port install py27-setuptools; easy_install setuptools port install py27-psycopg2 +postgresql91; easy_install psycopg2 port install py27-reportlab; easy_install reportlab port install py27-lxml; easy_install lxml port install py27-tz; easy_install pytz port install py27-yaml; easy_install PyYaml port install py27-mako; easy_install mako port install py27-dateutil; easy_install DateUtils port install graphviz +python27 +no_x11 port install py27-parsing; easy_install pyparsing port install py27-pil; easy_install pil
You may try download OpenERP 6.1 source, run and test if there are still dependencies unmet. Try to find the unmet dependencies package name and install it by running this command:
sudo port install <package_name>
All the other steps would be quite similar to Linux.
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