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Similar to the configuration file, you need to either copy it or paste the contents of this script to a file in /etc/init.d/ and call it odoo-server.
 
Similar to the configuration file, you need to either copy it or paste the contents of this script to a file in /etc/init.d/ and call it odoo-server.
  
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18:47, 18 Зургаадугаар сар 2016-ий байдлаарх одоогийн засвар

Option 0:

Odoo V8 is a major upgrade. With Odoo V8 OpenERP is moving into new territories, beyond ERP. Odoo V8 released an open source CMS, a disruptive eCommerce and a Business Intelligence.

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In this blog I will show you how easily you can install Odoo V8. Step 1: Setup your Ubuntu server

After the server started for the first time you need to update the package list of the server.

   sudo apt-get update

Above command will downloads the package lists from the repositories and “updates” them to get information on the newest versions of packages and their dependencies.

Now you are ready to start odoo installation. Step 2: PostgreSQL Server Installation and Configuration

Install PostgreSQL Server using following command.

   sudo apt-get install postgresql

Setup a PostgreSQL user for Odoo. You may need to login as postgres user first.

   odoo@swapnil-laptop:/$ sudo su postgres
   password: XXXXXXXXXX

Now create PostgreSQL user Odoo using the following command:

   postgres@swapnil-laptop:/$ createuser --createdb --username postgres --no-createrole
   --pwprompt odoo
   Enter password for new role: XXXXXXXXXX
   Enter it again: XXXXXXXXXX
   Shall the new role be a superuser? (y/n) y
   CREATE ROLE

Option explanations:

   --createdb : the new user will be able to create new databases
   --username postgres : createuser will use the postgres user (superuser)
   --no-createrole : the new user will not be able to create new users
   --pwprompt : createuser will ask you the new user's password
   odoo : the new user's name

Step 3: Odoo Server Installation

Installing the required packages. Use following single commands to install all required python libraries.

    sudo apt-get install python-lxml python-mako python-dateutil python-psycopg2 python-pychart python-pydot python-tz python-reportlab python-yaml python-vobject python python-dev build-essential python-setuptools python-pip python-babel python-mock python-docutils python-Jinja2 python3-jinja2 python-decorator python-psutil python-pyPdf

Download the latest odoo server source using the following command.

   cd /opt/
   sudo wget http://nightly.openerp.com/8.0/nightly/src/odoo_8.0-latest.tar.gz
   sudo tar -xvzf odoo_8.0-latest.tar.gz

Rename the extracted folder

   sudo mv openerp-8.0-1b53469 odoo

Setup odoo using following command

   cd /opt/odoo
   sudo python setup.py install

Step 4: Creating a configuration file for Odoo Server

Copy odoo-server.config file to /etc we need to change it’s ownership and permissions use your system user name in my case its odoo.

   sudo nano /etc/odoo-server.conf
   sudo chown odoo: /etc/odoo-server.conf
   sudo chmod 640 /etc/odoo-server.conf

The above commands make the file owned and writable only by the odoo user and group and only readable by odoo and root.

To allow the Odoo server to run initially, you should only need to change one line in this file. Toward to the top of the file change the

   db_host = localhost
   db_port = 5432
   db_user = odoo   // user created in postgres for odoo
   db_password = odoo

One other line we might as well add to the configuration file now, is to tell Odoo where to write its log file. To complement my suggested location below add the following line to the odoo-server.conf file:

    logfile = /var/log/odoo/odoo-server.log

Once the configuration file is edited and saved, you can start the server manually just to check if it actually runs. You might get some errors because of some missing packages, just install the missing packages and move on. Step 5: Installing the boot script

For the final step we need to install a script which will be used to start-up and shut down the server automatically and also run the application as the correct user.

Similar to the configuration file, you need to either copy it or paste the contents of this script to a file in /etc/init.d/ and call it odoo-server.

Copy content of odoo-server to your odoo server boot script.

Do following changes in /etc/init.d/odoo-server file

   DAEMON=/opt/odoo/openerp-server
   USER= odoo

Once it is in the right place you will need to make it executable and owned by root:

   sudo chmod 755 /etc/init.d/odoo-server
   sudo chown root: /etc/init.d/odoo-server

In the configuration file there’s an entry for the server’s log file. We need to create that directory first so that the server has somewhere to log to and also we must make it writeable by the odoo user:

    sudo mkdir /var/log/odoo
   sudo chown odoo:root /var/log/odoo
Step 6 : Testing the server

To start the Odoo server type:

   sudo /etc/init.d/odoo-server start

You should now be able to view the logfile and see that the server has started.

   sudo tail -f /var/log/odoo/odoo-server.log

If the log file looks OK, now point your web browser at the domain or IP address of your Odoo server (or localhost if you are on the same machine) and use port 8069. The url will look something like this:

    http://IP_or_domain:8069

Step 7: Automating Odoo startup and shutdown

If everything above seems to be working OK, the final step is make the script start and stop automatically with the Ubuntu Server. To do this type:

    sudo update-rc.d odoo-server defaults

You can now try rebooting you server if you like. Odoo should be running by the time you log back in.









Option 1:

   sudo wget bit.ly/odoo_v8 && bash odoo_v8

Option 2:

1.Create Odoo user into the system

   sudo adduser --system --quiet --shell=/bin/bash --home=/opt/odoo --gecos 'odoo' --group odoo

2.Make a directory for storing config file and logs

   sudo mkdir /etc/odoo && mkdir /var/log/odoo/ 

3.Installing necessary packages required for using Odoo

   sudo apt-get update && apt-get upgrade -y && apt-get install postgresql postgresql-server-dev-9.3 build-essential python-imaging python-lxml python-ldap python-dev libldap2-dev libsasl2-dev npm nodejs git python-setuptools libxml2-dev libxslt1-dev libjpeg-dev python-pip gdebi -y 

4.Cloning Odoo from Github with minimal change history

   git clone --depth=1 --branch=8.0 https://github.com/odoo/odoo.git /opt/odoo/odoo 

5.Installing python packages required for Odoo

   sudo chown odoo:odoo /opt/odoo/ -R && chown odoo:odoo /var/log/odoo/ -R && cd /opt/odoo/odoo && pip install -r requirements.txt 

6. Nodejs and related packages to run Odoo Website

   sudo npm install -g less less-plugin-clean-css -y && sudo ln -s /usr/bin/nodejs /usr/bin/node 

7. wkhtltopdf library required to print reports from Odoo

   cd /tmp && wget http://download.gna.org/wkhtmltopdf/0.12/0.12.2.1/wkhtmltox-0.12.2.1_linux-trusty-amd64.deb && sudo gdebi -n wkhtmltox-0.12.2.1_linux-trusty-amd64.deb && rm wkhtmltox-0.12.2.1_linux-trusty-amd64.deb 
   ln -s /usr/local/bin/wkhtmltopdf /usr/bin/ && ln -s /usr/local/bin/wkhtmltoimage /usr/bin/

8. Optional GeoIP database to identify Origin of User in case of Website

   wget -N http://geolite.maxmind.com/download/geoip/database/GeoLiteCity.dat.gz && gunzip GeoLiteCity.dat.gz && mkdir /usr/share/GeoIP/ && mv GeoLiteCity.dat /usr/share/GeoIP/

9. User creation for Postgresql

   sudo su - postgres -c "createuser -s odoo"

10. Generating Odoo config file

   sudo su - odoo -c "/opt/odoo/odoo/odoo.py --addons-path=/opt/odoo/odoo/addons -s --stop-after-init"
   sudo mv /opt/odoo/.openerp_serverrc /etc/odoo/openerp-server.conf 

11. Making Odoo as a service

   sudo cp /opt/odoo/odoo/debian/init /etc/init.d/odoo && chmod +x /etc/init.d/odoo 
   sudo ln -s /opt/odoo/odoo/odoo.py /usr/bin/odoo.py 
   sudo update-rc.d -f odoo start 20 2 3 4 5 . 

12. Start Odoo server

   sudo service odoo start

Open your browser and go to : http://localhost:8069 to access your Odoo instance

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