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[ODOO] Comment installer ODOO V8 facilement

Bonjour,

Voici un petit billet pour expliquer comment installer ODOO V8 sur un Linux (server Ubuntu 14.04) facilement. (dites-moi dans le commentaire si vous voulez la procédure pour la V9)

Connectez-vous en SSH à voter serveur ou ouvrez le terminal.

Ensuite, faites la commande :

[code]sudo nano odoo_install.sh[/code]

Cette commande ouvre l’éditeur nano avec les droits administrateurs.

Après, vous copiez le script ci-dessous et vous le collez dans le terminal.

[code]

#!/bin/bash
################################################################################
# Script for Installation: ODOO Saas4/Trunk server on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS
# Author: André Schenkels, ICTSTUDIO 2014
#——————————————————————————-
#
# This script will install ODOO Server on
# clean Ubuntu 14.04 Server
#——————————————————————————-
# USAGE:
#
# odoo-install
#
# EXAMPLE:
# ./odoo-install
#
################################################################################
##fixed parameters
#openerp
OE_USER=”odoo”
OE_HOME=”/opt/$OE_USER”
OE_HOME_EXT=”/opt/$OE_USER/$OE_USER-server”
#Enter version for checkout “8.0” for version 8.0, “7.0 (version 7), saas-4, saas-5 (opendays version) and “master” for trunk
OE_VERSION=”8.0″
#set the superadmin password
OE_SUPERADMIN=”superadminpassword”
OE_CONFIG=”$OE_USER-server”
#————————————————–
# Update Server
#————————————————–
echo -e “\n—- Update Server —-”
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade -y
#————————————————–
# Install PostgreSQL Server
#————————————————–
echo -e “\n—- Install PostgreSQL Server —-”
sudo apt-get install postgresql -y
echo -e “\n—- PostgreSQL $PG_VERSION Settings —-”
sudo sed -i s/”#listen_addresses = ‘localhost'”/”listen_addresses = ‘*'”/g /etc/postgresql/9.3/main/postgresql.conf
echo -e “\n—- Creating the ODOO PostgreSQL User —-”
sudo su – postgres -c “createuser -s $OE_USER” 2> /dev/null || true
#————————————————–
# Install Dependencies
#————————————————–
echo -e “\n—- Install tool packages —-”
sudo apt-get install wget subversion git bzr bzrtools python-pip -y
echo -e “\n—- Install python packages —-”
sudo apt-get install python-dateutil python-feedparser python-ldap python-libxslt1 python-lxml python-mako python-openid python-psycopg2 python-pybabel python-pychart python-pydot python-pyparsing python-reportlab python-simplejson python-tz python-vatnumber python-vobject python-webdav python-werkzeug python-xlwt python-yaml python-zsi python-docutils python-psutil python-mock python-unittest2 python-jinja2 python-pypdf python-decorator python-requests python-passlib python-pil -y
echo -e “\n—- Install python libraries —-”
sudo pip install gdata
echo -e “\n—- Install wkhtml and place on correct place for ODOO 8 —-”
sudo wget http://download.gna.org/wkhtmltopdf/0.12/0.12.1/wkhtmltox-0.12.1_linux-trusty-amd64.deb
sudo dpkg -i wkhtmltox-0.12.1_linux-trusty-amd64.deb
sudo cp /usr/local/bin/wkhtmltopdf /usr/bin
sudo cp /usr/local/bin/wkhtmltoimage /usr/bin
echo -e “\n—- Create ODOO system user —-”
sudo adduser –system –quiet –shell=/bin/bash –home=$OE_HOME –gecos ‘ODOO’ –group $OE_USER
echo -e “\n—- Create Log directory —-”
sudo mkdir /var/log/$OE_USER
sudo chown $OE_USER:$OE_USER /var/log/$OE_USER
#————————————————–
# Install ODOO
#————————————————–
echo -e “\n==== Installing ODOO Server ====”
sudo git clone –branch $OE_VERSION https://www.github.com/odoo/odoo $OE_HOME_EXT/
echo -e “\n—- Create custom module directory —-”
sudo su $OE_USER -c “mkdir $OE_HOME/custom”
sudo su $OE_USER -c “mkdir $OE_HOME/custom/addons”
echo -e “\n—- Setting permissions on home folder —-”
sudo chown -R $OE_USER:$OE_USER $OE_HOME/*
echo -e “* Create server config file”
sudo cp $OE_HOME_EXT/debian/openerp-server.conf /etc/$OE_CONFIG.conf
sudo chown $OE_USER:$OE_USER /etc/$OE_CONFIG.conf
sudo chmod 640 /etc/$OE_CONFIG.conf
echo -e “* Change server config file”
sudo sed -i s/”db_user = .*”/”db_user = $OE_USER”/g /etc/$OE_CONFIG.conf
sudo sed -i s/”; admin_passwd.*”/”admin_passwd = $OE_SUPERADMIN”/g /etc/$OE_CONFIG.conf
sudo su root -c “echo ‘logfile = /var/log/$OE_USER/$OE_CONFIG$1.log’ >> /etc/$OE_CONFIG.conf”
sudo su root -c “echo ‘addons_path=$OE_HOME_EXT/addons,$OE_HOME/custom/addons’ >> /etc/$OE_CONFIG.conf”
echo -e “* Create startup file”
sudo su root -c “echo ‘#!/bin/sh’ >> $OE_HOME_EXT/start.sh”
sudo su root -c “echo ‘sudo -u $OE_USER $OE_HOME_EXT/openerp-server –config=/etc/$OE_CONFIG.conf’ >> $OE_HOME_EXT/start.sh”
sudo chmod 755 $OE_HOME_EXT/start.sh
#————————————————–
# Adding ODOO as a deamon (initscript)
#————————————————–
echo -e “* Create init file”
echo ‘#!/bin/sh’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘### BEGIN INIT INFO’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘# Provides: $OE_CONFIG’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘# Required-Start: $remote_fs $syslog’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘# Required-Stop: $remote_fs $syslog’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘# Should-Start: $network’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘# Should-Stop: $network’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘# Default-Start: 2 3 4 5’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘# Default-Stop: 0 1 6’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘# Short-Description: Enterprise Business Applications’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘# Description: ODOO Business Applications’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘### END INIT INFO’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘PATH=/bin:/sbin:/usr/bin’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo “DAEMON=$OE_HOME_EXT/openerp-server” >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo “NAME=$OE_CONFIG” >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo “DESC=$OE_CONFIG” >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ” >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘# Specify the user name (Default: odoo).’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo “USER=$OE_USER” >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ” >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘# Specify an alternate config file (Default: /etc/openerp-server.conf).’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo “CONFIGFILE=\”/etc/$OE_CONFIG.conf\”” >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ” >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘# pidfile’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘PIDFILE=/var/run/$NAME.pid’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ” >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘# Additional options that are passed to the Daemon.’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘DAEMON_OPTS=”-c $CONFIGFILE”‘ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘[ -x $DAEMON ] || exit 0’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘[ -f $CONFIGFILE ] || exit 0’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘checkpid() {‘ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘[ -f $PIDFILE ] || return 1’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘pid=`cat $PIDFILE`’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘[ -d /proc/$pid ] && return 0’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘return 1’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘}’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ” >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘case “${1}” in’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘start)’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘echo -n “Starting ${DESC}: “‘ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘start-stop-daemon –start –quiet –pidfile ${PIDFILE} \’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘–chuid ${USER} –background –make-pidfile \’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘–exec ${DAEMON} — ${DAEMON_OPTS}’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘echo “${NAME}.”‘ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘;;’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘stop)’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘echo -n “Stopping ${DESC}: “‘ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘start-stop-daemon –stop –quiet –pidfile ${PIDFILE} \’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘–oknodo’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘echo “${NAME}.”‘ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘;;’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ” >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘restart|force-reload)’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘echo -n “Restarting ${DESC}: “‘ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘start-stop-daemon –stop –quiet –pidfile ${PIDFILE} \’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘–oknodo’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘sleep 1’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘start-stop-daemon –start –quiet –pidfile ${PIDFILE} \’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘–chuid ${USER} –background –make-pidfile \’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘–exec ${DAEMON} — ${DAEMON_OPTS}’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘echo “${NAME}.”‘ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘;;’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘*)’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘N=/etc/init.d/${NAME}’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘echo “Usage: ${NAME} {start|stop|restart|force-reload}” >&2’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘exit 1’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘;;’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ” >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘esac’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo ‘exit 0’ >> ~/$OE_CONFIG
echo -e “* Security Init File”
sudo mv ~/$OE_CONFIG /etc/init.d/$OE_CONFIG
sudo chmod 755 /etc/init.d/$OE_CONFIG
sudo chown root: /etc/init.d/$OE_CONFIG
echo -e “* Start ODOO on Startup”
sudo update-rc.d $OE_CONFIG defaults
sudo service $OE_CONFIG start
echo “Bravo ! vous pouvez lancer odoo avec la commande suivante : service $OE_CONFIG start”

[/code]

Ensuite, vous sauvegardez.

Pour finir, il faut rendre le script exécutable avec la commande :

[code]sudo chmod +x odoo_install.sh[/code]

Il ne reste plus qu’a lancer l’installation d’ODOO :

[code]./odoo_install.sh[/code]

Félicitation, vous venez d’installer ODOO V8

Deux points importants :

  • service odoo-server start

  • Password par défaut pour la création de la BD : superadminpassword

Source : https://github.com/aschenkels-ictstudio

 

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