Jaunty and FRED
troy at zimbiz.net
Tue May 19 17:18:54 CEST 2009
May I add thanks for a great piece of work.
I had no issues installing on Fedora 8 & 9 using the Fred rpms. The
best/quickest way to resolve dependencies to to first load the fred-
repo rpm and then simply use yum:
localhost $ yum -y install fred-*
This efficiently downloads and installs all necessary Fred rpms and
dependencies. The only gotcha I found was changing the order that
services are started from the default, to the order specified in the
We will soon be implementing Fred for the .co.zw zone !
Kind regards to all.
On 19 May,09, at 3:38 PM, Jaromír Talíř wrote:
> for Fedora, I would recommend to use our rpm archive at
> http://archive.nic.cz/yum/fred. Franck from .bi reported installation
> problems of these rpms with Fedora 8, but I failed in reproducing this
> problem locally. So, I hope that it works for others. You can also
> dependencies in those rpm files for the case you are looking for a
> of packages names you need to install. Except of different package
> names, there shoud be no difference in Ubuntu howto and Fedora howto.
> Dr Paulos Nyirenda píše v St 06. 05. 2009 v 10:21 +0200:
>> Thanks for this commendable piece of work on FRED, the roadmap seems
>> very clear for ubuntu. Did you try this on fedora OR can you point to
>> areas on the roadmap that we can adapt to a a fedora installation?
>> On 5 May 2009 at 11:11, Mario Guerra wrote:
>>> FRED installation using Ubuntu 9.04 (Jaunty) is very similar to
>>> an 8.04
>>> There was one problem, though, with tinyerp-server, it fails. I
>>> apparently solved that with this trick:
>>> cp /usr/lib/python2.6/dist-packages/oldxml/_xmlplus/utils/boolean.so
>>> So it seems that everything is OK now.
>>> BTW, I guess that future versions will use OpenERP which is TinyERP
>>> Best regards.
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>>> Fred-users at lists.nic.cz
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