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I want to install 3rd party modules from launchpad. (like lp:openerp-mgmtsystem, lp:openerp-asterisk-connector, etc...)
What is the best procedure to install addons by using bzr?
Openerp is installed as: /opt/openerp/server
Ubuntu 12.10 x64
- You should create a branch for your module installation with bzr command,
- Add that module folder to the openerp module search path.
- Restart the openerp server.
- Make installation from web interface.
With this method you can update modules and openerp addons separately without any problem.
Here is an example module installation for you below.
Create a new folder and download aeroo modules from launchpad to this folder with bzr.
sudo su openerp cd /opt/openerp/ bzr branch lp:aeroo exit
Add aeroo directory to the module search path of openerp by editing the config file
sudo nano /etc/openerp-server.conf
addons_path = /opt/openerp/addons,/opt/openerp/web/addons,/opt/openerp/aeroo
I also recorded installation from openerp interface you can watch it in Youtube. (since interface is different than 6.1 you may not find where to install at first sight) http://youtu.be/S1bKPUL6nUU
PS: I used a previous answer of mine for this post: https://accounts.openerp.com/forum/Help-1/question/2780/
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