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Re: [Health] Problems creating the GNUHealth database from tryton client

From: Sebastián Marró
Subject: Re: [Health] Problems creating the GNUHealth database from tryton client
Date: Thu, 2 Oct 2014 15:54:20 -0300

Hi Bernardo

Try starting the server with:

./trytond -c ../etc/trytond.conf

and you should see the *:8000


2014-10-02 14:49 GMT-03:00 Bernardo Augusto García Loaiza <address@hidden>:

Hello GNUHealth friends.

I am begin with GNUHealth, and currently I'm installing your 2.6.3  last version, downloaded from here ----> as say this procediment 

  • I've install the GNU Health of way successful on ubuntu 14.04 machine of 32 bits

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  • In the file /home/gnuhealth/gnuhealth/tryton/server/trytond-3.2.3/etc/trytond.conf , I have te following directives enable (red square):

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I get in my console output, that the server starting  on localhost:8000 such as the following picture:

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Why the tryton server start from localhost and not from *:8000 due to I've configured the option of  jsonrpc = *:8000 before?

Still, despite of this situation, I try connect from tryton client in the same machine of  tryton server with the following parameters
and I get the "Could not connect to the server" message

I've created the user gnuhealth in postgres such as says in this link 
And I allocate a password to user gnuhealth like as yoy watch in the first picture in this message

Why I cannot connect from tryton to postgres for setup the gnu health database still when my data are right?
Can anybody help me with this situation?


Bernardo Augusto García Loaiza
Ingeniero de Sistemas
Estudiante de Maestría en Ingeniería Informática - Universidad EAFIT

Sebastián Marró
Converging Ideas for Emerging Realities

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