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abin c ibrahim
on 12/12/14, 1:17 AM 1,419 views

Friends,

Let me know Ubuntu or Windows,which is better to do customization in odoo...

Thanks in Adwance!!!

Hi Abin, You should use Ubuntu, there you can see your bugs in the console while you are operating with Odoo. Its better to see the errors and to customize quickly. Regards, Juan José - Ing ADHOC

Juan José Scarafía
on 12/12/14, 8:41 AM
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Juan José Scarafía
On 12/12/14, 8:40 AM

Hi Abin,

You should use Ubuntu, there you can see your bugs in the console while you are operating with Odoo. Its better to see the errors and to customize quickly.

Regards,

Juan José - Ing ADHOC

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Julien Roux
On 12/12/14, 2:20 PM

Hi,

moreover if you run an install on ubuntu you will find more answers and documentation in the community than you can find with windows.

Regards.

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Yenthe
On 12/12/14, 1:33 AM

Hij Abin

You should use Linux if you can and have some knowledge about it. Linux uses less resources, has more abilities to automize processes and is much more stable then Windows. 
Another benefit is that most people here install it on Linux so if you need help there is a bigger chance people can help you, as there is more knowledge in Linux then Windows.
So if you can do use Linux!

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abin c ibrahim
On 12/12/14, 1:46 AM

Thanks Yenthe,Fencyta 4 ur quick reply,,,

No problem. Please consider upvoting/accepting the answer(s) if they helped you. Its a good indication to other users what are good answers and provides us with some karma!

Yenthe
on 12/12/14, 2:25 AM
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fencyta
On 12/12/14, 1:37 AM

If you like customizing your computer operating system without having to meddle meddle billion registry hacking then Ubuntu is the best choice.. and then ubuntu is open source and the source code can be edited and modified according to our needs. Thanks

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