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Re: Installing 1.3 on Redhat or Fedora systems?


On 2012-02-21 22:59, HÃvard SÃrli wrote:
> On 21. feb. 2012 11:22, Hilton Day wrote:
>> 1.  Which RPM-based distribution is the RPM for?  Ideally, a version 
>> and
> You my take a look at this discussions:
> http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.comp.finance.ledger.smb.devel/3416
> http://permalink.gmane.org/gmane.comp.finance.ledger.smb.devel/3360
> and join Philip Rhoades in his testing...
>> 3.  Is there an installation guide other than the INSTALL file?  My
>> memory is that for 1.2 there was an excellent section in the 
>> pdf-based
>> Ledger-SMB manual on installation, but its no longer there for 1.3?
> You have some info at: http://www.ledgersmb.org/help/install

I have been routinely testing new releases of v1.3 as they become 
available on a clean install of Fedora 16 virtual system.  While it is 
gradually improving and getting closer to be usable I don't think it is 
there yet.  After recent discussions with Chris on this topic, I have 
decided to wait for v1.4 which should be less hassle.  Chris thinks that 
the pre-release versions of 1.4 should be available soon.  I have been 
hanging out for a working RPM version of LSMB - I changed from SQLL some 
years ago (v1.2?) and was quite happy with it at the time but stopped 
using it when the company I was using it for folded.  I have a new need 
for it but decided I would wait till it was nicely RPM installable.

My view is that for LSMB to be a viable commercial proposition it HAS 
to have a nice RPM install.  Glad to see someone else on the same track!



Philip Rhoades

GPO Box 3411
Sydney NSW	2001
E-mail:  ..hidden..

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