I'm using the following link to install the development environment of OpenERP 7 on Debian 7
Debian OS info:
No LSB modules are available.
Distributor ID: Debian
Description: Debian GNU/Linux 7.5 (wheezy)
Note that OpenERP is already installed using the all in one setup
1)Register SSH key on Launchpad http://suji25.wordpress.com/2009/09/23/register-ssh-key-on-launchpad/
2)'install bazaar apt-get install bzr
3)'inform bzr of your Launchpad ID bzr launchpad-login <launchpadID>
4)'install make apt-get install make
5)mkdir source;cd source
6)bzr cat -d lp:~openerp-dev/openerp-tools/trunk setup.sh | sh
i get the following message
Permission denied (publickey).
ConnectionReset reading response for 'BzrDir.open_2.1', retrying
Permission denied (publickey).
bzr: ERROR: Connection closed: Unexpected end of message. Please check connectivity and permissions, and report a bug if problems persist.
Any help is appreciated
For automatic installation on Debian Wheezy, please take a look here : http://solutions-entreprise.developpez.com/erp-pgi/faq/openerp/?page=Linux#InstallDebAuto
I already stated that i successfully downloaded openerp 7 but the issue is that i want to customize\edit some modules on the system. After some research i was trying to do the steps on the following link: https://doc.openerp.com/6.1/vi/developer/01_getting_started/
I already typed the error above.
what is the best way to customize and develop OpenERP?
Is there any documentation to download all the required components to customiza OpenERP?
I've installed Odoo (V8) on a VPS running debian wheezy.
The route that I took was as was set out on this page:
some things that caused me some grief:
I use a the Webmin / Virtualmin admin interface on my VPS, and I needed to ensure that scripts are run by the web server (in my case that is Apache).
Secondly ensure that the Postgres DB is correctly set up before hand. I got caught out as I already have MySQL for other stuff and simpy overlooked that Odoo insists on Postgres.
In the config you can dictate where the Odoo files will be. I recomend you place them somewhere where they can be 'on there own' ~ should make life easier for upgrades. I chose /opt/odoo
finaly there are a number of python dependencies, they are listed on the link I have posted above, but I seem to recall that some where still missing (or maybe they have been updated / renamed since the above howto !
Bear in mind also that you are getting the branch from git, not a true deb. so the dependency mechanism isn't going to work as it should. So keep an eye out for the install failures.
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