Monday, October 18, 2010

Openbravo Ubuntu Maverick (be the first to use it).

We were planning to blog and call for users to come up for early testing of your own trusted Openbravo with the upcoming Ubuntu's 10.10. But as Ubuntu Maverick (10.10) is already released, I think now all of us have a chance to be the first to use Openbravo with Ubuntu Maverick.

To be the first all you need to do is get Ubuntu Maverick Meerkat up and running any where you like may it be your hardware system, Amazon EC2 or a virtual machine.
This link will help you if you are planning to install on hardware system or virtual machine and these AMIs to boot one in EC2

Once you are set then lets rock and roll. I mean start installation.

So all you have to do to install Openbravo is:
- Enable the Partner’s Repository:
* sudo add-apt-repository "deb maverick partner"

- Install the openbravo-erp package:
* sudo apt-get update
* sudo apt-get install openbravo-erp

You can also install it using Synaptic or the Ubuntu Software Center:

Can installing of any comprehensive ERP be simpler than this?

You can do it even on a Friday. ;-)
As installing most ERPs on a Friday means forgetting about your Friday and Saturday night fun. With Openbravo on Maverick Meerkat, you can start the process at 7 and be at the party by 9!

So once you are done with the party sorry I mean installation you are set to use it and be a proud user of Openbravo ERP.
As it's you love and support that we have been able to live up to your expectations.

Also the users/developers who want to upgrade from 10.04 to 10.10, can do that without a fear of breaking the installation, the only concern should be that 10.10 is not a LTS version :-(

For more on installing Openbravo in Ubuntu please follow this wiki.

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