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[ledgersmb-users] LedgerSMB installation on SUSE

Note:  Changed Subj line to "LedgerSMB installation on SUSE".
On Mon, May 6, 2019 at 1:05 AM John O'Gorman <..hidden..> wrote:
> I'm running into similar problems.
> I am trying to install LedgerSMB on a laptop running SUSE Tumbleweed
> 2019-05-02.

  Which version of LSMB (LedgerSMB) did you install?

> I think my prerequisites are OK.
> 1. The downloaded tarball does not contain a setup.pl or a login.pl file.
> Question should these be present or does the apache rewrite module inf
> effect create them from something else

    The LSMB  app takes care of it.  If you use apache as the web
proxy, then the rewrite ensures that a URL ending in just "/" goes to
the /login.pl page, and page requests are otherwise reverse proxied to
the LSMB application itself up on http://localhost:5762

> 2. I cannot find the SSL certificates.
> Question Where should I look? Or should I attempt to create them myself.

  It appears that SUSE has an example SSL certificate package similar
to how it is available in Debian:

"An example certificate for a hypothetical company Snake Oil is
available when installing the package

Robert J. Clay
[1] https://www.suse.com/documentation/opensuse113/book_opensuse_reference/data/sec_apache2_ssl.html?view=print
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