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The new magentoerpconnect module is now included in this release of OpenERP installer for Ubuntu. An installer for Magento 1.4.0.1 on Ubuntu >= 9.04 is also available on this post. Both scripts cannot be run on the same ubuntu system.

Social shopping: Magento-Facebook integration

Links of interest

https://launchpad.net/magentoerpconnect
Which openERP integration to use
Some basic questions about your magento-openerp connector
Magento extension for multiwebsite OpenERP connector by Open Labs
Zend and Varien Partner to Deliver an All-In-One PHP and Magento eCommerce Solution

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November 6, 2009 - Posted by | ERP, Scripting, Social Shopping, Turnkey, Ubuntu Desktop, Ubuntu Server Canonical | , ,

9 Comments

  1. [...] OpenERP-Magento-Facebook integration [...]

    Pingback by OpenERP installation: All-in-One for Ubuntu with updates (latest revisions from launchpad) « Open Source Consulting | November 9, 2009

  2. Hello.
    With your new Shell i got an error:
    “No IP addresses available on your Ubuntu !!”

    What could i do? I am just running the old script.

    Bye

    Comment by Olaf Vocks | November 13, 2009

    • Hi Olaf,

      I guess this issue is related to the new Magento installer. In that case, I’ve just uploaded a new version that should work on both ubuntu 9.04 and 9.10 (they seem to have different outputs when running the ifconfig command, which is used to detect the configured IP address).

      This is fixed by replacing “grep ‘inet:’” with
      “egrep ‘inet |inet:’”

      Regards,

      Comment by I. Fernández | November 13, 2009

  3. How to uninstall?

    Comment by alec | January 31, 2010

    • Hi Alec,

      Fist of all, this installation is achieved by compiling source code.. Never tried this out, but there could be one solution by typing this command:

      sudo python setup.py uninstall

      under each bzr/branch directory (directories on /opt).

      If possible my recommendation is to set up a new ubuntu system from scratch.

      openerp binaries have some advantages… (ubuntu 9.10)

      BTW, this installer is now obsolete (there’s a brandnew one available on this blog)

      Comment by I. Fernández | January 31, 2010

  4. [...] Click on this link to grab the new installer [...]

    Pingback by New release of Magento 1.4.0.0 installer for Ubuntu « Open Source Consulting | February 13, 2010

  5. Hi,

    I’ve created a new non-root user on a fresh instalation of ubuntu 9.1 running in a cloud environment.

    when I run the installer, i get asked
    [sudo] password for user:
    user is not allowed to run sudo on edg1. This incident will be reported.

    i’ve tied to add the user to sudo priveliges ALL
    But the password doesn’t work and i’m stuck here…

    any help ???

    Comment by edg1 | March 3, 2010

    • Did you add the new user account to “admin” group? (file /etc/group)

      BTW, you can gain direct root access by typing “sudo -s”

      Comment by I. Fernández | March 3, 2010

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