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Re: [Gnumed-devel] gnumed on Mac Panther

From: Tony Lembke
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] gnumed on Mac Panther
Date: Sat, 21 Feb 2004 15:13:35 +1100

On 21/02/2004, at 1:06 PM, Tony Lembke wrote:

It seems to work Ok, although I have not yest included the instructions for adding the SQL tables.
(list : What is the password for test-doc?)

OK, I've worked out the password.
Here are instructions for the SQL file and then running gnumed.
It feels like an achievement to get this far, but there's not yet too much to do yet . You can search for a patient, but wxPython appears somewhat unstable at displaying the clinical window, which tends to scroll back and forth through other screens.

Here are the missing steps -

6. Install gnumed SQL tables
Go to the directory /server/bootstrap
    cd ~/gnumed/gnumed/server/bootstrap/
Run the shell program
Answer yes to all the questions and enter the passwords as requested.
The postgres password is the one you used when setting up postgres in section 3 The gm-dbowner password, if not already set, will be remembered when you first enter it (so don't forget).

7. Run Gnumed
pythonw ~/gnumed/gnumed/client/wxpython/
(Note - use pythonw rather than python for applications that use the wxWindows gui)
The log in screen opens
Click Options, and select from the pop-ups
database - gnumed
host - localhost
port - 5432
Log in to gnumed using username test-doc, password test-doc

All being well, a window opens tracking the modules as they are loaded, and then a clinical screen.

Don't get too excited - wxPython on MacOSX is slooooow, and somewhat unstable, and there is nothing much to do in gnumed ...... yet.

These 7 steps should replace the mac install guide in the user-manual on cvs. Ian? Hilmar?


Tony Lembke

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