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Can anybody tell me how to install/upgrade to Odoo 9 Enterprise from the sources file on Ubuntu 14.04? I've currently got a clean Odoo 9 installation from GitHub which is functioning correctly (no database created yet). However I do not have access to the enterprise GitHub fork, only the download page. I've downloaded the Odoo 9 Enterprise sources file, however there is no instruction on which subdirectory of the .tar file to extract or where to. If I had access to the enterprise GitHub fork I would be running the following:
sudo git clone --depth=1 --branch=9.0 https://github.com/odoo/enterprise /opt/enterprise_addons
Then obviously I would modify my .conf file and that would be it.
Any assistance would be appreciated.
The enterprise modules need an authorized user name and password in GitHub. Since I am an Odoo partner, I got authorization through my Odoo account manager. To install, I used the statement:
sudo git clone --depth 1 --branch 9.0 https://github.com/odoo/enterprise /odoo/enterprise/addons
GitHub is free and very cool. You should open an account. With regards to getting authorization from Odoo, perhaps Odoo Support (Support@odoo.com) can help. Pls let me know what you find out.
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