Finally had a moment to test install 1.5.0-beta6. This is a rather nitpicky report, but hey, I might as well. You can always skip if you think it's too obvious.
Following http://ledgersmb.org/topic/installing-ledgersmb-15 I'm not sure why the
Also, this is of course very obvious, but installing latex modules would require having latex itself on the system. Don't know if it's worth mentioning, but when you follow a recipe, you kinda switch off your brain, at least partially. On my opensuse system, it wasn't installed by default. The package is called texlive-latex there.
Is it really good practice to
I can't find instructions for just starting starman. There's a section telling how to install starman as a service, but it seems to start it at port 5055, and the later instructions still point to 5000. Perhaps I'm just not seeing the place where it's written, but I think for first-time testing this can still do:
starman --preload-app tools/starman.psgi
OK, installation successful, Then trying
Won't login with the lsmb_dbadmin user that was created with the command copied from the installation doc. The pg logs revealed that it rejected access to the postgres user according to this line in pg_hba.conf:
host postgres,template0,template1 all ::1/128 reject
The actual message reads
postgres lsmb_dbadmin FATAL: pg_hba.conf rejects connection for host "::1", user "lsmb_dbadmin", database "postgres", SSL off
Anyway, logging in after disabling that line, where I get the choice to create the database. Great, but it tells me
Logged in as [_1]
I guess [_1] ought to have been the username? Then, when trying to import myself as a user, I get this error:
ERROR: must be superuser to alter superusers
Finally, Im trying
Entering a few customers and parts. My time is up for today, but I have to figure out how to connect parts* and add storage and inventory. That's for another day.
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- Buy any 3 of these items for 10.-
- If you buy this item, you have to add these x items
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