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Installing LedgerSMB 1.4.10.1 on Debian Wheezy 7.x.

Submitted by Francewhoa on Sun, 02/01/2015 - 18:13

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IMPORTANT NOTE: The instructions on this page, are retained for historical purposes only.
For Up To Date installation instructions please refer to Installing LedgerSMB

***NOTE: As of 1.4.29, LedgerSMB doesn't use a Makefile.PL anymore; instead it uses a 'cpanfile' -- instructions below have been adjusted to include this difference

Ubuntu Installation Tutorial: LedgerSMB-1.3-SERIES

Submitted by Chris Travers on Tue, 04/10/2012 - 02:11

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These installation instructions are outdated and kept here for reference only!

Check the 1.5 installation instructions up to date instructions.

 

 

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

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Update: mai 2012

Fedora 14 Installation: Install script

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Sun, 11/13/2011 - 06:07

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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.

Why is Column DBpasswd in users_conf table is not encrypted?

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 01/05/2010 - 10:57

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Versions affected: LedgerSMB 1.2.x

The decision was made because there is no way to hide this information from the web server, since it needs to log into the database. It is better not to have a false sense of security. SQL-Ledger obfuscates this information but does not truly encrypt it.

Anyway, this problem is going away because 1.3 changes the way db passwords are handled.

[originally submitted by fling]

How do I get admin.pl to work? (./Build test errors)

Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Mon, 11/02/2009 - 06:46

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(admin.pl is replaced with setup.pl in LedgerSMB v. 1.3.x and upwards)

I am trying to install ledgerSMB on SuSE 11.1 and have followed the INSTALL and README documents to do so, and have also installed all dependencies.

When I get to the following instruction I get some errors.

$ ./Build test

The errors are seen in the last few lines of output following the instruction. I list them below. Note that prior to these last few lines are many lines starting with "BEGIN failed--compilation aborted ..."

Screenshots for 1.3

Submitted by Chris Travers on Tue, 03/17/2009 - 21:34

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We have been working long and hard on 1.3 for some time, so it is time we show some screenshots showing how things will be different. I have chosen three screen shots to highlight our new approach:

1) Bank Reconciliation has been entirely redesigned in 1.3 with a new workflow and it is better designed to handle large numbers of transactions. Additionally you can go back later and review a reconciliation set to see what cleared and what was outstanding. This screen shot shows a report for a work in progress.

2) The contact management section is redone. Customers/vendors can now have multiple accounts, contact information, shipping and billing info, notes, etc. This screen shot shows how this looks with Javascript enabled. Here Javascript is used to clean up the interface, and the links at the top switch between visible divs.

3) Payment screen, for single customer/vendor payments

4) Batch payment screen for paying or receiving money from several customers or vendors.

5) Order entry (in this case sales order)