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Re: [Health] gnu health -> configuration ->functioning and disabilty

From: Raz Nichols
Subject: Re: [Health] gnu health -> configuration ->functioning and disabilty
Date: Sat, 25 Mar 2017 12:16:53 -0400
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Thank you for your reply Luis!

I will try to fix the error using your advise. If it doesn't work, I will attempt to install GNU Health using the standard method.

GNU Health was installed on openSUSE using the information in the GNUHealth.README.SUSE file and the YouTube video posted by Alex Braun. The installing on Debian was made via GNU Health Debian APT Repository.

I am very new to GNU Health. Basically, I just started testing this weekend, however I am very impressed with the product and especially the wonderful things you are doing improving access to healthcare around the world. I'm a medical technologist at Cleveland Clinic. I have been teaching clinical chemistry and immunology at Lakeland Community College in Kirtland, OH for four years and I would like to implement a Health Information System (GNU Health) along with a LIS (Bika Health), so that the students can learn better. On Monday, I am making a presentation in favor of GNU Health to the Dean of Health Sciences and Program Directors. I will make sure to spread your message for social medicine!!

Once I become more familiar with the software, I would like to contribute to improve it.

Keep up the good work!


On 3/25/2017 10:17 AM, Luis Falcon wrote:
Hi Raz !

On Sat, 25 Mar 2017 02:39:31 -0400
Raz Nichols <address@hidden> wrote:


I was able to install GNU Health on Debian and openSUSE. Upon testing
I am getting the following errors when I try to open the items in
Functioning and Disability.

Body Functions, Body Structures, Activities and Participation, and
Environmental Factor all are issuing the following two errors:
Please let me know how to fix them.

It seems like the view directory is missing from the package_data
declaration, thus, it's not part of the distros using pypi packages.

It works on the systems using the standard installation method
(gnuhealth-setup install).

We'll include it on the upcoming patchset (and make sure that is not
happening on other modules).

In the meantime, you can copy the "view" directory  on your
health_disability module, and update the module (./trytond
--update=health_disability --database=your_db_name) after you have
copied the view directory and its contents.

Thanks !

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