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Re: [Health] GNU Health Live CD 1.0.14 released

From: e . hagenbichler
Subject: Re: [Health] GNU Health Live CD 1.0.14 released
Date: Fri, 19 Sep 2014 23:25:54 +0200 (CEST)

Hi all,
hi Axel,
congratulations for the Live CD!

Currently I am using openSUSE 13.1 (Bottle) (x86_64) 64-bit and I had already 
installed Postgres, Tryton and GNU Health. Hardware is an Akoya Medion Laptop 
with Intel® Core™ i3-4010U CPU @ 1.70GHz × 4, 4 GB memory and Graphics Intel® 
Haswell Mobile. It was shipped with Windows 8.1.

At the beginning I encountered a lot of problems while trying to install a 
LINUX operating system, I downloaded 7 or 8 different versions (Parabola, 
ArchLinx, Mint, and so on and I tried 3 different methods to write an USB 
stick. At least OpenSuse was the best, or better the only one, together with 
ImageWriter, and after a week or so I also had a working GNU Health.

When I tried to update the ICD10 module in GNU Health with an de_AT version 
that I made on Transifex I realized that this update did not work, probably 
because I made the installation of the system with wrong users (root instead of 
gnuhealth at the wrong moment, and so on).

So I had to delete the whole Linux system, with changing the disk management 
under Windows, and I had to delete Grub, the boot system.

Then I installed OpenSuse again, I tried to meet the requirements as mentioned 
in but I still do not 
know how to install libsasl2-dev (.deb packages). And I did not manage to make 
a createdb with postgres as root-user.

So my question is:
would there be any possiblity to have a one-click-installation, that removes 
the old installing (or deletes the LINUX completely, if necessary) and then 
builds the system with everything necessary, that means user root, user 
gnuhealth, the Postgresql, Tryton and GNU health, everything with just a simple 
password for all (like "gnuhealth") that would be easy to change in the future 
when the system works?

That would be so great!

Since I am not a LINUX expert I am a little bit afraid to try the installing 
procedure again because I did not forget the problems that I had.

But if it is not possible to have a one-click-installation I will try to use 
the new Live CD 1.0.14 with USB, first without deleting the current LINUX from 
the harddisk, but boot then from the USB stick and I will try to document all 
of my steps on the discussion sites of and (except if there would be 
a better place for this documentation).

Thank you very much!
Best wishes,

Axel Braun wrote:
> Hi all,
> today the updated version of the GNUHealth Live CD was released. Main
> changes:
> - GNUHealth 2.6.3 on Tryton Server 3.2.2
> - Community Demo Database 2.6.3 with purchasing example - see
> - Firewall settings for Tryton Server added - in case you want access
> the
> system from outside  - check your external network interfaces before
> activation!
> BTW, if you like the appliance, feel free to leave a comment and a
> rating when
> downloading it from https://susestudio.
> com/a/7hReQg/gnu-health-2-6-kde-4-32bit
> Have a great day
> Axel

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