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Windows Installation Tutorial: LedgerSMB

(Open source accounting/ERP application on Windows)

Content by Chris Travers, Gene Alexander (source: ledger-smb-users mail list)
Edited by Havard Sorli
This tutorial it not complete, please help us make it better.
Date: 26-12-2012

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The best way to get (free) help is to join one of the LedgerSMB mailing lists:

Ubuntu Installation Tutorial: LedgerSMB-1.3-SERIES

(Open source accounting/ERP application on Ubuntu Oneric Ocelot Ubuntu 11.10)

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Update: mai 2012

Note that Template::Latex is included in Template::Plugin::Latex which is now in Debian as
libtemplate-plugin-latex-perl.  (It has migrated to Debian Testing ('wheezy') and Ubuntu)

Also for some of the files, need to update the links

Migration from App X

App X could be Microsoft Money, QuickBooks, Sage, KMyMoney, Gnucash, Grisbi and others
Source: mail list: ledger.smb.user (Chris Travers and others)

With unknown programs you need to to find out:
1) How much data can you get out?
2) What database system does it use on the back-end?
3) If you cant export data, are there other means (i.e. custom ODBC
drivers, cvs export) that can access the info?

If you can get that information, you are about 50% of the way there.

How do I migrate from SQL-Ledger?

A lot of people are wondering how to manage their migration to LedgerSMB from SQL-Ledger. While there is no one simple answer that will suit everyone's situation, there is some general advice.

First thing to know is - you are among friends. LedgerSMB is built on a community of people who want to see the software and it's users succeed. Information is freely shared, and as long as you are prepared to have a go at helping yourself, we are happy to jump right in and help you do that!

We now have a mailing list, whether you are actively working on migrating to LedgerSMB or even if you are staying with SQL-Ledger for now and want some friendly community support, join up the User List to get SQL-Ledger to LedgerSMB migration help

The best course of action depends on your situation:

Fedora 14 Installation: Install script

by Neon

I put together this bash script to install on a vanilla fedora 14 box. It assumes a bare-bones (i.e. not even postgresql or apache installed yet) box, but I don't see why it can't be used on a full-up install (it just won't install the dependancies that are already existing).

Anyway. Use, fold, spindle, mutilate, use as a basis for something else, feed it to your cat, whatever. You don't even need to give me credit.

You can find the script in this posting.

Installing LedgerSMB (windows and linux)

I found LedgerSMB after my search for an Open Source accounting package. But truthfully, I am completely puzzled by the installation process of LedgerSMB. I've searched and searched only find instructions that were line after line of command line instructions (none of which were familiar). However, in defense of what I found, they were written back in Nov 2007.

Distributed LedgerSMB Development With DVCS - Git

2008-08-11
By Jeff Kowalczyk (jfkw)

I've been working on my local LedgerSMB deployment customization using the distributed version control system, git. I'm relatively new to git, but it's really helping me in the following areas:

Printing of document

LedgerSMB failed to print to printer. I did the following changes in BP.pm, :-

#open( OUT, '>', $form->{OUT} ) or $form->error("$form->{OUT} : $!");
#by fhng
# 16/4/08
#--------
open( OUT, "|$form->{OUT} >/dev/null 2>&1") or $form->error("$form->{OUT} : $!");

Then, it print.

Also, the error message is not helpful, e.g. if LATEX is not installed, printing will fail with out much debug info but just display Error

Thanks.

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