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Re: [Health] Tryton-server

From: Axel Braun
Subject: Re: [Health] Tryton-server
Date: Fri, 15 May 2020 17:31:50 +0200

**** please ask via address@hidden *****

Am Freitag, 15. Mai 2020, 15:58:30 CEST schrieb Yusif Suleiman:


> what versions of GNU Health do you use? What is your base system,
> and are client and server o the same machine?
> >>>>>>> Am installing gnuhealth client version 3.4., and I am using Windows
> >>>>>>> base systems with virtual box 4GB RAM & 20GB HDD.

1) use the latest GNU Health and enjoy additional functionality, as described
(as you have already GH installed, after adding the respository you need to
zypper up --allow-vendor-change )

2) If you install the client in the same virtualbox, can this client connect
to the server?

3) In order to allow the server inside a virtual machine to receive connecion
requests from a client outside of that machine yo need to:

3.1) open port 8000 in the firewall (or switch it off *for testing purposes
only*). Use the firewall module in YaST.

3.2) Set the network mode of the virtual box to 'Bridged' (normally VBox uses
NAT as network mode, so the server receives a local address and is not visible
from the outside. In bridged mode, it gets an address from the DHCP-server in
the network)

> >>>>>>> I have two
> >>>>>>> computers to which I want to connect as client and server for
> >>>>>>> testing purpose (before implementing in real environment).>

Please try the above and report back!


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