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How to install OpenERP 6.1 near 7.0 ?

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Yug Faa
on 5/20/13, 11:55 AM 774 views

Hi everybody,

I try to install both 6.1 and 7.0 versions of OpenERP on Ubuntu,

I have already OERP 7.0 installed

I get the .deb of OERP 6.1, and I extracted it

I have configured all, but it miss one argument in openerp-server.conf is server_path

I don't know what is its syntax, else is there a recommanded way to do this

Thank you

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Gustavo
On 5/20/13, 12:02 PM

In case you need to install OpenERP 7.0 and OpenERP 6.1 in the same server, I would suggest installing both servers in different Python environments with tools like virtualenv or oerpenv

Is there a tutorial to do this ?

Yug Faa
on 5/20/13, 12:47 PM

google for virtualenv, you will find examples on how to work with virtualenv

Gustavo
on 5/20/13, 12:50 PM
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mihir shah
On 5/20/13, 12:10 PM

cd ~/openerp_stable/6.1/server-6.1 ./openerp-server --addons-path=../addons-6.1/ --db_user=merlin --db_password=admin

command to start 6.1 web server set path of addons accordingly

Not working because it calls web module on the 7.0 server, so my idea is to set server_path in openerp-server.conf, but how ?

Yug Faa
on 5/20/13, 12:46 PM

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