Openbravo ERP package available for Ubuntu Karmic

March 31, 2010

We are proud to announce the immediate availability of the Openbravo ERP package for Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala.

Three months ago we started the beta testing of this package, asking the community to test it in this post. Now, thanks to the testing made by many of you, the package is ready for production. But this does not stop here, the karmic package is also the foundation for an upcoming package for Ubuntu 10.04 Lucid Lynx.

This package simplifies the Openbravo ERP installation in Ubuntu for production and testing environments. You can install it with a few clicks:

  1. Go to the new Ubuntu Software Center, and search for openbravo. Then double-click in Openbravo ERP to select it.
  2. Once selected click on install. In a few minutes it will be installed, configured and ready to be used. Simply go to http://localhost/openbravo to start using it.

There are two requirements for this installation: the first one is to enable the partner repository, and the second one is update the Ubuntu Software Center (more specifically the app-install-data-partner package).

These are list of changes from the beta package:

  • Update Openbravo ERP sources to 2.50MP11.
  • The logs files can also be found  in /var/log/openbravo-erp.

In order to get more information, including other installation methods, you can take a look into the Openbravo ERP Ubuntu installation documentation.

We are very excited with this new package. Enjoy!


4 Responses to “Openbravo ERP package available for Ubuntu Karmic”

  1. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by David Vaquero López, Jason Cruickshank and Openbravo, Tweet ERP. Tweet ERP said: Openbravo ERP package available for Ubuntu Karmic « ggi's blog #erp […]

  2. dayer Says:

    Hi. There is a repository also for Debian users?

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