In order to produce a good setup of ERP5, it requires run and install all dependencies, which can envolve tens softwares such as Mariadb, memcached and many special libraries. The ERP5 RPM/DEB Packages contain everything that you need for you run the erp5 by very few steps.
This package should works in the most recents linux distributions, like: OpenSuse 11.2, 11.4; Mandriva 2010.0 or newer; Fedora, any distributions that supports glibc >= 2.10
To have ERP5 now, you can have it by only 4 very simple steps.
Please download the RPM package with your preferred browser or download tool.
You can also download DEB package
After download the package, you can use your preferred linux installer (yum, urpmi, zypper) to install the
downloaded package into your computer.
Start the ERP5 Stack:
To control and list the services you can use:
To access demostration site, you can use your preferred browser (I recommend firefox or chromium) and
access the follow URL:
In this URL, you can login as normal user:
or you can login as Manager if you are interested to develop or try to install new modules:
After install this is how your ERP5 will looks like:
This package uses a tecnology called SlapOS to bootstrap a single ERP5 Instance with everything that it is required to run your ERP5 on your machine. All software, instance and slapos are placed into a same folder:
and 2 scripts where created to control your ERP5 Stack:
This package comes with some data and it is perfect to teach Management Sciences on an real ERP used by many companies arround the globe.
The business case of the ERP5 sample company named Maxma, describes the business of this imaginary company. The sample data provides some precise information about Maxma's trade operations in 2010 so that one can understand the data stored in the ERP5 database representing Maxma's business. It also defines some key CRM activities of Maxma such as product promotion campaigns or sale oppportunities related to important prospects for that company.
The Maxma business case is an imaginary case but it is inspired from many experiences of Nexedi in ERP deployment and thus is very close to real cases you may know.
Enjoy your ERP5 Experience... if you are interested in more informations please contact us by:
For Ubuntu and Debian users that try this .deb, they may face some problem when try to install, like
"No such file or directory", this does not prevent you continue to use your ERP5. This problems will
be fixed into our next version of this packages.
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