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How to install openerp 7 in OVH server ?

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on 10/8/14, 12:45 AM 3,326 views

Hi,

Now I purchased OVH,But I dont know how to install openerp in ovh server

I want to know how to install odoo in ovh server by  linux os?

what are the steps I can follow ?

 Need to know 1) how to install linux ,

                         2)How to install odoo

 

Thanks in advance

 

u can refer to this link http://www.theopensourcerer.com/2012/12/how-to-install-openerp-7-0-on-ubuntu-12-04-lts/

Hengky Zhang
on 10/8/14, 6:19 AM

sorry then ^_^ just try to help

Hengky Zhang
on 10/8/14, 6:39 AM
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swapnil wagh
On 10/11/14, 5:03 AM

OVH will provide you server with linux preinstlled in it, you just have to install the odoo on the server, 

for odoo installtion you can go through http://goo.gl/eQYDUt this blog

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David Dean
On 10/12/14, 8:47 AM

Your hosting provider should be able to install Linux for you and provide the login and root (superuser) details.

Installing Odoo can be complicated. There are lots of steps to complete. It took me many weeks to figure out how to get Odoo installed and running on Linux.

My recommendation would be to ask your hosting provider to install CentOS 7 (the latest version of CentOS linux) then follow this tutorial:

http://odootricks.wordpress.com/2014/09/18/installing-odoo-8-on-centos-7-with-virtual-python-install/

I found it easier to install Odoo on the newer CentOS Linux 7 as it already includes the correct version of Python. Alternatively you can install on Ubuntu using some of the links suggested above, but I personally found more success with CentOS. You mileage may vary.

Either way, good luck!

 

 

 

 

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