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Re: [Health-dev] newbie in trouble

From: Ivo Ulrich
Subject: Re: [Health-dev] newbie in trouble
Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2014 18:38:29 +0200

Dear Jakob,

> Date: Wed, 17 Sep 2014 12:09:00 +0200
> From: Jakob Lang <address@hidden>
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> Subject: [Health-dev] newbie in trouble
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> Hi GNU health community,
> I tried to install all packages required by GNU health and so setup a local
> server.
> finally everything looked good and I did not get anymore errors but now I
> can not connect to the server with the tryton client.
> I searched quite some forums for anything that might be wrong but was not
> able to find anything that helped.
> So here is what I did:
> I followed the installation guide of GNU health (and hab additionally to
> install the packages python-dev libxml2-dev libxslt-dev zlib1g-dev
> postgresql-server-dev-9.3 to get it to install. The OS it is installed on
> is Ubuntu.
> Now I started the tryton server (trytond) with the settings for
> localhost:8000.

can you see in the console output that trytond is listening on localhost:8000?

> If I start the tryton client and tell him to look for localhost and port
> 8000 it tells me "Could not connect to the server". netstat tells me that
> the server is running ipv4.
> I already tried to disable the firewall in Ubuntu via sudo ufw disable
> I have no more ideas what might be wrong or what I can try to make it work.

Is your database running? Did you enter the connection parameters for your database into trytond.conf?
And check if the user you are specifying there is actually able to connect to postgres?

> Can you please help me?
> Thanks very much in advance!
> Jakob
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