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Re: Install 1.3.15 on Centos 6, and upgrade from 1.2 question
- Subject: Re: Install 1.3.15 on Centos 6, and upgrade from 1.2 question
- From: Håvard Sørli <..hidden..>
- Date: Tue, 24 Apr 2012 19:06:37 +0200
On 24. april 2012 10:11, Frank Cox wrote:
> On Tue, 24 Apr 2012 09:49:36 +0200 Håvard Sørli wrote:
>> Log messages ? Apache log ?, Postresql log ?
> I have attached the portion of /var/log/httpd/access_log that is created. The
> only possibly interesting thing that I see there is a reference to
> &company=template1 when the name that I typed into the database field was
> actually testing.
Witch user do you try to login with?
This is from the ledgersmb.spec file: Can you do this:
38 To finalize the ledgersmb installation:
40 Enable local password autentication in PosgreSQL, leaving ident
login for the
41 postgres user:
42 - Start PostgreSQL to create database instance (service postgres start)
43 - Let /var/lib/pgsql/data/pg_hba.conf start with:
44 local all postgres ident sameuser
45 local all all md5
46 host all all 127.0.0.1/32 md5
47 - Restart PostgreSQL to apply changes (service postgres restart)
49 - log in via psql, ALTER USER postgres WITH PASSWORD 'yada';
If that do not work create a new db admin user with psql and give it a
Follow the "Technical solution:" in this guide:
Login to several companies with one user?
> selinux is disabled.
When you get LedgerSMB up an running, can you help us to get the right
SELinux settings in to the .rpm? (audit2allow )
> I installed ledgersmb-1.3.15-1.noarch.rpm that I downloaded from the website
No errors in the install process ? All dependencies installed ?
You can do a manual test with rpm -q <package name>
The "Requires:" lines in
rpm -q perl-Error
should return version number
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