On 02/06/2012 02:12 AM, Luis Falcon wrote:
This problem is caused because tryton kernel using pytz which is incompatible with the os time zone. (https://bugs.tryton.org/issue2449) The solution is do as I did in that issue.
On Sun, Feb 5, 2012 at 4:00 PM, Christoph
H. Larsen <address@hidden>
Due to - I am tempted to say: unfortunate - circumstances I am
deploy GNU Health with the server sitting on a smart and shiny
server in a Windows XP client environment. I have spent
trying to get either the stand-along Tryton client as well as
setup.exe going, yet got unspecific errors issued BY (NOT:
non-recognised timezones, etc, despite gonig through the full
pythondateutl and pytz... even with stand-alone client
I have decided to "reset" and ask:
Is anybody using the version 2.2.1 Tryton client in a Windows
environment, ideally Windows XP?
Thanks for sharing. I'm pretty sure somebody in the list is
using Windoze as a client. I don't know about how many are
using it under Windoze XP crap.
We'll help you out in finding this. In the meantime, as I told
you in a previous mail, talk to them about the benefits of
using a Free Operating System as for their desktops :-)
We'll get back to you soon.
If so, how have you proceeded to make it work, including
Any help would be greatly appreciated!
Abdurahman Soleh (hascore11)
Thanks a lot from Kabul -
Dr. Christoph H. Larsen
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