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Some newbie questions
- Subject: Some newbie questions
- From: Ken Smith <..hidden..>
- Date: Fri, 16 Apr 2010 23:52:46 +0100
Hi, new to the list. I've just installed LedgerSMB 1.2.19 via the RPM
package on Centos 5.4 and adjusted SELinux so that it works!
But I have, what might appear a daft question, as I'm new to the
I'm in the UK so I created a company/dataset using the generic UK template.
I then created a user, but mistakenly made that user a normal user, not
an admin. But the system won't change the user to an admin when I edit
the user. I then deleted the user and re-created it, this time as an
admin, but not all the rights get assigned to the user so it can't
create customers, see the chart of accounts.
Is there are way to sort this out or am I better to drop the databases
and start fresh. There's no data of any consequence in there at the moment.
I've probably missed some simple step that will be obvious when I find out.
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