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Re: A little trouble installing 1.4.


"This can be worked around easily enough by logging in with psql (as postgres, any db), and CREATE USER '[username]' before creating the database. Then you can select 'yes' in the import option and this works properly. However it does need to be fixed before next beta."

Does [username] refer to my database user, ie "ledgersmb"?  Because that user already exists.  Or does it refer to my (within ledgersmb) system user?

On Fri, May 17, 2013 at 12:27 PM, Erik Huelsmann <..hidden..> wrote:

On Fri, May 17, 2013 at 9:19 PM, Chris Calef <..hidden..> wrote:
Hmm... well, we got rid of all the errors in dblog! 

There was one more error after your commit, the same issue but with "journal__save_recurring_print" instead of "journal__save_recurring"... I went ahead and did the same RETURN * thing after that and the error went away.

Committed that fix as well.
However, my browser still returns the same message:


Error from Function:
ERROR: Cannot grant permissions to a non-existant user. More information has been reported in the error logs at LedgerSMB.pm line 987.

dbversion: 1.4.0, company:

(I don't know why my "company" comes up blank, related issue?)

That might very well be a related issue, yes. Chris was working on it today but didn't find out what exactly was going wrong. He filed issue 826 for it (https://sourceforge.net/p/ledger-smb/bugs/826/) so he could continue in the morning.

The issue also contains a workaround description.

That should get you going!

Please let me know if you have any other issues!



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