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I am trying to install ESC/POS and i get a message that some pythin modules could not be found. I downloaded those modules (LIBUSB1, PYSERIAL, and QRCODE) and installed them using the command line python -m pip install xxxxxx, which works fine, using python 2.7. But this makes no difference for Odoo. Python2.7 is installed under c:\ folder while Odoo is installed under c:\program files (x86).
The question is how do you make Odoo recognise the installed packages under Python? Do I need to copy the installed package folder to the c:\program files (x86)\odoo9\server\ folder? I did try but I got a different error: No module named serial. Note that I have copied the folder "serial" from python to odoo, and still the same error.
If anyone can help I would appreciate it.
I think the right solution is the one you pointed out yourself: to copy the installed package folder to the \odoo9\server\
The only problem is that you need to copy also all their dependencies, as you point out, "serial" is one of them.
You can use pip to download a package with all its dependencies, it will show you everything it is downloading, so you can copy all of them to \odoo9\server.
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