OpenERP support


(Nirosh Chaminda) #1

Is nethserver supporting OpenERP. We have to decide the Accounting package for our company.

(Giacomo Sanchietti) #2

If you can install it on CentOS, you can install it on NethServer.

(Marcelo Costa) #3


Odoo/openERP works in CentOS, but in my case, I installed Odoo v8 in a Ubuntu virtual machine, keeping the application separated of the network server (Nethserver).

Nethserver has WebVirtMgr module, allowing to easy management of the Virtual Machines.

Odoo Tutorial - Install on Ubuntu 14.04:

Marcelo Costa

(Nirosh Chaminda) #4

May I try to install on Nethserver using link above? without SUDO typed

(Marcelo Costa) #5

Not recomend… The link is only Ubuntu Server.

(Nirosh Chaminda) #6

Ok. thanks. If you would find a working link with Nethserver (Centos), it is great. But you can reject my request if it is a time wasting thing to you. Because I tried few links regarding Centos. No one ended with good result. thanks

(Stefano) #7

you keep on saying that “it doesn’t work” without giving us any usefull detail to help you…

suggesting you other howtos won’t help you

(Nirosh Chaminda) #8

Fetch and install OpenERP

cd /tmp

 && tar -xvzf openerp-7.0-20130408-232357.tar.gz --transform 
's!^[^/]\+\($\|/\)!openerp\1!' && cd openerp && python install

rm -rf /usr/local/bin/openerp-server

cp openerp-server /usr/local/bin

cp install/openerp-server.init /etc/init.d/openerp

cp install/openerp-server.conf /etc

chown openerp:openerp /etc/openerp-server.conf

chmod u+x /etc/init.d/openerp

(Stefano) #9

this doesn’t add anything usefull

do you expect me or other to try to install it?

which command fails? what error message are you seeing?

if you want help you must help us to help you…
we’re not in front of your server, we don’t see anything you do, we don’t know what are you doing and how you are doing it…

so, please, again, be verbose…

(Nirosh Chaminda) #10

Above the last steps of installing openerp.
At the : cp install/openerp-server.init /etc/init.d/openerp

           cp install/openerp-server.conf /etc

the error msg is "No directory or filename"
then i searched the openerp-server.init file and openerp-server.conf file. Those were not there in the folder specified. And also there is not a folder name “install”. thus the cp install/openerp-server.init /etc/init.d/openerp is not working.

(Nirosh Chaminda) #11

May I send you the full list of scripts in the tutorial?

(Stefano) #12


this line

does (too) many things…
please execute each command manually, one at time

moreover, this has nothing to do with NS, since is something related to openerp setup, thus you’d ask for support elsewhere

(Nirosh Chaminda) #13

I did those command one by one.

But your recommandation is to get help from thier source. Ok if this is not a NS issue, i will contact them. thanks very much. catch you guys later