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I want to install a new module from the command-line. I tried to use -i my_module, but that doesn't work directly.
You'll get: WARNING dbx openerp.modules.loading: invalid module names, ignored: my_module
To avoid this, normally you would start the server, navigate to settings and update module list.
Is there a way to do this from the .openerp-server command? I looked for options in -h, but can't find it.
Yeah, found some unexplained feature: use -u base or -i base and the module list will get filled with new modules.
I got it by searching for something similar to:
So, ./server/openerp-server --addons-path=youraddonspath/ -u base -i my_new_module
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