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Re: [ledgersmb-users] LedgerSMB installation on SUSE
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Re: [ledgersmb-users] LedgerSMB installation on SUSE

On 07/05/2019 06:56, Robert J. Clay wrote:
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
   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

Where is the login.pl page?

When I search the files in the download, the only login.pl I can find is a reference under the UI directory where there are calls which include action=login.pl

Similarly with setup.pl there are in .html files under UI/setup which have action="setup.pl" statements

But I cannot find either login.pl or setup.pl

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

OK. I will look into this further.

I have found in /etc/ssl/private 3 files with my full (false) DNS cname:acer.og.gen.nz as prefix to a .crt, .csr, and .key files which seem to contain example ssl file.

Maybe I can use these to get LedgerSMB working.

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