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Re: Creating a docker image of odoo with some modules already installedby
i have not that much time. In my Docker-Container i use an updatescript to update an addon without the Frontend:
python2 odoo-bin \
-d $MODULEDATABASE \
i am sure there are options to install a module. But the simplest solution would be to preinstall a database, copy all files (db,files,modules) or create two images of the containers.
Hi allI am Larry, a software engineering intern. I need to create a docker image of odoo with some modules preinstalled for our implementation. I am new to both docker and odoo and am looking for some guidance on moving forward. I am hoping someone in the community has already done something.What I have done is pull the official odoo from docker hub, run it and installed all the modules we'll need. And did some customization(change logo, and company name)Saved the image to a tar file using the following docker commanddocker save -o <save image to path> <image name>I saved both the postgres image and the odoo image. So in another machine I tried loading the images and I was expecting that it will still have all the configuration I did. That is, it will already have all those modules installed and also the company related customization. But after loading the image and running it, I had a fresh odoo instance.So how can I create and image with some preinstalled modules and custom configurations packaged in the image.Thanks,I. Larry Ndumbe--Software Engineering Student, University of BueaOpenMRS Volunteer Developer,Google Summer of Code 2016 Student,Odoo Implementer
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