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Re: LedgerSMB Debian packaging

Thank You for note back.
I checked and I think the version is "Squeeze"

I have been using fedora for a while but I am no expert at it.
I use a little ubuntu but I think I might like debian better, especially 
for an accounting system.

Synaptic shows PostgreSQL 8.4.11 installed

Thank You,
Pat Jr.

On 04/13/2012 10:15 AM, Robert James Clay wrote:
> On Thu, 2012-04-12 at 15:56 -0400, PatJr-gmail wrote:
>> Yes, I have lenny on a vm and would also like to give LSMB a whirl on it.
>     Debian v5 (lenny) is a bit old...   Unless you've kept the VM more
> up-to-date, perhaps using backports as well?  I.E.;  what version of
> PostgreSQL is available to you?  (I haven't tried an install on a lenny
> system for quite awhile but I've started taking a look at what's
> involved.)
>> Can anyone point to a "HOW TO INSTALL" with a lot of hand holding for a
>> beginner?
>     A beginner with Debian?  LedgerSMB?
>     Besides what's in the INSTALL file, I don't know that there is a
> current Debian specific HowTo for LedgerSMB.
>     I haven't written one myself because I'm working on getting it into a
> public repository, besides mine; and once it's like that, there won't be
> much to do besides making sure the sources list is correct and then a
> few items update/change after it's installed but before using it.
> (That's the plan anyway...<g>)

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