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On a local (Debian) server install of openerp, after typing in the command "sudo apt-get -f install openerp", I get no errors, but it's taking openerp about 15 minutes so far to set up. Is this normal? I've never had a program take this long to install on Debian before. If it isn't normal, which I'm assuming is the case, has anybody encountered this before and is there a fix?
Edit: I just got lunch, and an hour later, it still hasn't changed so I'm 100% sure this isn't normal. Especially because it's already done downloading and unpacking the package, so there's no reason it should take this long simply to setup openerp.
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|Asked: 8/29/14, 1:06 PM|
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