|From:||Maria Cecilia Santos Popper|
|Subject:||Re: [Health] GNU Health Live CD 1.0.14 released|
|Date:||Sat, 27 Sep 2014 10:53:27 -0300|
thanks a lot for your hints and explanations!
I just want to give a short update about my activities,
especially because I managed to access the GNU Health database with PGAdmin3 today
which was one of my near goals.
Unfortunately I could not install the Live CD 1.0.14, although I deactivated UEFI and secure boot.
Nevertheless GNU Health worked again with OpenSuse 13.1., but it took me a long time. So again a one-click-installation that works also on newer computers would be great, but I understand that it is not easy!
The next goal is updating ICD-10 with the Austrian version, I will report my problems and (hopefully) successes to the list!
All the best,
Maria Cecilia Santos Popper schrieb:
> Hello Edgar!
> Trust me... I've been there before and, as you suggest, I was tempted
> formating my whole system just to get rid of the error messages! :)
> The fact is that you really don't need to do this.
> If you have a defective GNUHealth installation (let's say it was not
> installed or something went wrong and you want to start all over to
> document the process) I would just delete the users and user's folders.
> I would definetely respect the order and users in which each part of the
> system should be installed, just to avoid confusion.
> I'm not a SUSE expert, since I run GNU Health and Tryton on Mint and
> Debian, but if there is a SUSE distro available I would definetely go
> it.You could tryt on a VM or a live cd, install any extra modules you
> and then perform a full installation.
> To install all the dependencies just go with the
> sudo apt-get install package_name
> (you would have to add the needed repository if neede though)
> Remember, If you are using a new system (a 2012 or newer computer) you
> should disable fast boot and secure boot from your BIOS setpup, since
> could be making the linux installation a bit more difficult! You can
> more about this in
> just to get you aquainted with the concepts.
> If there is anything else I could do, feel free to ask!
> On Sun, Sep 21, 2014 at 9:17 AM, Axel Braun <address@hidden> wrote:
> > Hello Edgar,
> > Am Freitag, 19. September 2014, 23:25:54 schrieb
> > address@hidden:
> > [...]
> > > 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.
> > Hmmm.... I doubt that you had to delete it all...but anyway, thats
> > now
> > > Then I installed OpenSuse again, I tried to meet the requirements as
> > > mentioned in https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/GNU_Health/Installation
> but I
> > > still do not know how to install libsasl2-dev (.deb packages). And I
> > > not manage to make a createdb with postgres as root-user.
> > Did you read and follow
> > https://en.wikibooks.
> > as mentioned in the yellow box of the installation page?
> > > 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)
> > then
> > > builds the system with everything necessary, that means user root,
> > > gnuhealth, the Postgresql, Tryton and GNU health, everything with
> just a
> > > simple password for all (like "gnuhealth") that would be easy to
> > in
> > > the future when the system works?
> > Sounds fancy, but is not. 'removes the old installing' sounds
> dangerous, as
> > long you dont know exactly what you do.... And, as Cecilia mentoned
> > UEFI can be quite tricky....you may better download a
> > install alongside your W8.1 and get familiar with it first.
> > > 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.
> > As described in the link above, add 2 repos and run one command, that
> > should
> > do it for you.
> > > 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
> > > from the harddisk, but boot then from the USB stick and I will try
> > > document all of my steps on the discussion sites of
> > > https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/GNU_Health/Installation and
> > > https://en.wikibooks.org/wiki/GNU_Health/The_Live-CD (except if
> > would
> > > be a better place for this documentation).
> > You can run the live-CD as Virtualbox|VMware image as well, in your
> > environment, and later switch to a full-blown installation
> > Actually, the documentation of the VMWare image is on my to-do list.
> > HTH, otherwise feel free to ask!
> > Axel
> Lic. Cecilia Santos Popper
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