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Thierry Godin

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Thierry Godin
14-5-26 上午7:16

Hi Joseph,

 

For automatic installation on Debian Wheezy, please take a look here : http://solutions-entreprise.developpez.com/erp-pgi/faq/openerp/?page=Linux#InstallDebAuto

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Joseph Noufaily
14-5-26 上午8:24

Hi Thierry,

I already stated that i successfully downloaded openerp 7 but the issue is that i want to customize\edit some modules on the system. After some research i was trying to do the steps on the following link: https://doc.openerp.com/6.1/vi/developer/01_getting_started/

I already typed the error above.

what is the best way to customize and develop OpenERP?
Is there any documentation to download all the required components to customiza OpenERP?

 

 

 

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Thierry Godin
14-5-26 上午8:48

I guess you read french (You're from Lebanon), so I suggest to read the tutorial here : http://thierry-godin.developpez.com/openerp/tutoriel-openerp-realisation-module-web-pour-point-vente/

Joseph Noufaily
14-5-27 上午7:49

Thank you for the help the link you provided will definetely help in the development stage later. Still i need to solve the above issue

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David Myers
14-10-29 下午2:19

I've installed Odoo (V8) on a VPS running debian wheezy.

The route that I took was as was set out on this page:

http://www.theopensourcerer.com/2014/09/how-to-install-openerp-odoo-8-on-ubuntu-server-14-04-lts/

 

some things that caused me some grief:

I use a the Webmin / Virtualmin admin interface on my VPS, and I needed to ensure that scripts are run by the web server (in my case that is Apache).

Secondly ensure that the Postgres DB is correctly set up before hand. I got caught out as I already have MySQL for other stuff and simpy overlooked that Odoo insists on Postgres.

In the config you can dictate where the Odoo files will be. I recomend you place them somewhere where they can be 'on there own' ~ should make life easier for upgrades. I chose /opt/odoo

finaly there are a number of python dependencies, they are listed on the link I have posted above, but I seem to recall that some where still missing (or maybe they have been updated / renamed since the above howto !

Bear in mind also that you are getting the branch from git, not a true deb. so the dependency mechanism isn't going to work as it should. So keep an eye out for the install failures.

Any problems, drop a comment in

David

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