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Atle

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Location: Oslo, Norway

PostPosted: Mon 13 Sep 2010, 17:37    Post subject:  

So i choose to edit this post as it was written while i was drunk and pretty much impatient to see results. Sorry for my rant.

A short and more sober version of my rant was that I could never get things to work and getting these things to work is not a hobby, but rather the most important issue for me in a educational project in Africa.

I am very sorry for this post and can only excuse my self by informing that Guinness Foreign Extra here i Tanzania is contains 7,5 alcohol and that sort of makes you into a terrorist when it comes to posting on forums. Anyhow, Growler did thank good not get upset with me and I shall continue to chase the "perfect live CD" for my project.

Last edited by Atle on Tue 14 Sep 2010, 04:52; edited 1 time in total
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growler


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Location: Kapiti - New Zealand

PostPosted: Mon 13 Sep 2010, 23:57    Post subject: Lung cancer and drunkeness  

OK I will make something up for you and post it ... not much time these days but give me a weekend.

In fact I did already make a webERP puppy server and it is up on sourceforge under webERP

http://sourceforge.net/projects/web-erp/

look under files - its an older version though

Edit: sorry no I deleted it quite a while ago. Will have a go at a new one.
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Atle

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PostPosted: Tue 14 Sep 2010, 04:56    Post subject:  

Ok... I will put all my efforts into making a live Joomla CD. I think maybe the Joomla forum will be the better place to overcome any Joomla specific error messages and so forth, but i will also make a post here, whereas i describe the errors and how(if) its being solved.

Cheers;-)
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growler


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PostPosted: Tue 14 Sep 2010, 07:09    Post subject: Joomla live CD  

I am downloading joomla now ...

Your post made me chuckle actually - I know just exactly how you feel - very frustrating. I am learning Genie and it seems particularly rough - I am leaning on a lot of C "black belts" myself and it makes me feel good to be able to help someone else!

I have webERP installed on a vanilla new 5.10 install - I hesitate to mention that it was completely painless. I did get the session support disabled initially - but that was because I was trying to use netsurf rather than a browser with cookie support I think. I downloaded seamonkey and all was well.

I have installed Joomla a few times before already so not expecting too much trouble. However it is bedtime now for me and I am away for a few days so it will be next week before I can look again.
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Atle

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PostPosted: Tue 14 Sep 2010, 07:32    Post subject:  

Ok... Here its lunch time. Watch out for a warning in Joomla that appears at the top of the page when the installer is running. I did some research on Joomla forum, but never really found a solution.

I will start from a fresh install on the laptop dedicated to this project and post whatever i come across.

I also came to learn that there is a integration with Open Office and webERP. And i have asked Mo Kelly if its possible to rewrite his cart solution for Joomla/webERP to cover cash sales and not only Paypal, as speaking from an Africa point of view, we do not expect credit cards to be mainstream before maybe 5 to 10 years.

Good night to New Zealand...
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PostPosted: Tue 14 Sep 2010, 15:46    Post subject: webERP cash sales  

There is a new feature in webERP for cash sales - called counter sales that allows the sale to be entered directly and cash taken/received against the sale.
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PostPosted: Sat 18 Sep 2010, 19:39    Post subject: pupsave  

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Atle

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PostPosted: Mon 27 Sep 2010, 21:12    Post subject:  

Juhuuu Very Happy

The live CD with Joomla and WebERP is now working(almost that is)...

What i did was:

1) I had a beer(Only one)

2) Booted 51.1 and installed it without a pupsave...

3) Rebooted into ram, and added your pupsavefile

4) Rebooted into the pupsave file in 5.1.1... all looked great..

5) Did a remaster, where I removed all i could from tmp/root, and replaced it with the root from the real root with joomla and webERP(it was not in tmp/root), and from there of just followed the book...

6) rebooted the new cd(173mb) in live mode and installed it...

So far... i can see that joomla has a problem. It will not upload plugins.

WebERP i can not say anything about yet. But i will do some more testing.

Its 04 in the morning now and I now just what to do, happy as I am:-) But there will be no post before maybe 12 hours...

If the installing part was easy, i would like to start off from a fresh, cause Seamonkey did not want to work very well with Joomla menu. Firefox solved that one.

There will be a more serious test tomorrow...
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PostPosted: Mon 27 Sep 2010, 21:21    Post subject:  

Nice one Atle ...
Maybe the second beer might have had webERP going too...
I will remove the pupsave archive now if that's ok.
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PostPosted: Mon 27 Sep 2010, 23:32    Post subject:  

its ok by me... got the file here and the final file should be an .iso anyway... Maybe i was clicking my way trough this to fast, but i recall that there was never any option in 5.1.1, to create a iso and not just a CD. The birds are singing, my head is swinging and its time for that big smile to come to a rest... Laughing
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PostPosted: Tue 28 Sep 2010, 00:18    Post subject:  

To start from scratch... I think the only thing I had to tinker with was the php.ini - if you save the copy you have under /etc/php.ini I think and use that all should be well - it was to do with errors and warnings reporting that were coming up in Joomla. Joomla install had me too - you have to rename the installation scripts directory or delete it after installing.
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PostPosted: Tue 28 Sep 2010, 13:08    Post subject:  

I made a post at joomla forum about the matter I see here as "error message" in Joomla installer.

http://forum.joomla.org/viewtopic.php?f=429&t=552622

This error is way above what i can resolve on my own...
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PostPosted: Tue 28 Sep 2010, 16:00    Post subject:  

I had a look on the Joomla forum to see what issue you are having.
The message you get is entitled

Notice: .....

This is just a notice ... not an error - the fact is we don't wish to see it and php.ini has a bunch of settings in the php.ini to allow you to change how notices/warnings and errors are displayed. You can also change these settings on a per directory basis with .htaccess files in the directories you wish to modify the behaviour of. There are a lot of comments in /etc/php.ini and you should be able to turn off warnings and notices by following the examples inside the file itself.
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PostPosted: Tue 28 Sep 2010, 17:19    Post subject:  

Ok... I have many off these joomla sites running, and installed several, but on hosted servers. The issue here, is not normal. I seek to make this normal installation, without Notices... Still, after testing the joomla , it fails to install anything. But you can edit and publish articles.

This, I believe, is due to lack of ftp functionality and/or this rights issue.

I need to start all over again from scratch, to get this right.

did you set the ftp, in the installation?

I think i can point out the guilty one here... just based on my instinct...

Its that guy.... nobody i think. All evidence is pointing at him...

CRUCIFY, CRUCIFY.... CRUCIFY NOBODY NOW:-)
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ragou

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PostPosted: Thu 30 Sep 2010, 21:02    Post subject: xampp  

Hi everybody.
First I want to apologize - I am not a Linux user or developer. I like puppy linux because it's very fast and reminds me the days when our machines were too slow, with little RAM and with video cards of 1 MB.
The question is - how can I install xampp and how can I run it?
For example - I have xampp in Windows and when I press "xampp_start.exe" I have a server and that's all. It is located on my hard disk at the (for example) E:\xampp\htdocs\ and it's URL is http://localhost/. In my Windows meaning, what have I to do to start the server in puppy environment?
If there are answers ( I hope so), please give them to me in a understandable language. Something like "login as root and su and so on" means nothing to me. Just a simple explanation step by step.
I have been noticed that Linux users are speaking in a language that they only can understand. It is something I can understand, but I use Windows for almost 20 years. Russians for example call drivers "wood", CPU "stone" etc. because they want to show that they are an elite and unique community. I am not. I just want to try Linux. Don't let me be misunderstood - my machine is fast enough to run any OS. I just want to try. But when I am in Puppy, a can't do anything except clicking on icons, but if I am able to setup my own server I will be able to do something. I am C++ an VB programmer (VB 6 is my love), but I wrote my last application 3 years ago, now I want to do something with Linux. It's not for money - I am retired (58 years old).
It became too long and too many words - "Finaldia" and "Heineken" is to blame.
Best regards
http://imaloednovreme.com
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