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I'm trying to run Odoo 10 on Ubuntu 14.04 from nightly source.
Everywhere on the web, it is written to run Odoo 10 with ./odoo-bin
But I don't see this file in the downloaded files.
Where is it???
Should I inevitably run an installation script? (I prefer not)
I don't want to run odoo10 like a service. Not now.
Usually, with Odoo8, I use this command to run a server :
/home/odoo-iv/odoo-8.0-20161109/openerp-server -c /etc/odoo/openerp-server-iv.conf -db_user=odoo-iv --db_password=xxx --log-level=info --db-filter='odoo-iv' --database=odoo-iv
And the file openerp-server is well located in this directory.
But no trace of odoo-bin in the directory of odoo10...
I have found the setup.py python file in the source directory. Should I execute this setup.py file to build or install the source code? I didn't have to do that with Odoo 8...
When I download Odoo 10 community source from :
the file odoo-bin is NOT in the directory.
But when I download Odoo 10 community source from Github on https://github.com/odoo/odoo, the file odoo-bin is in the directory.
I have published this issue :
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|Asked: 11/22/16, 8:45 AM|
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|Last updated: 1/4/17, 6:06 PM|