How to Install Odoo on CentOS 8


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How to Install Odoo on CentOS 8

Odoo is an open-source business management software that helps businesses of all sizes to streamline their operations. It offers a wide range of integrated applications, such as CRM, accounting, sales, inventory, project management, and more, all accessible through a single platform. Odoo is highly customizable and can be tailored to meet the specific needs of various industries and businesses. It provides a user-friendly interface that allows non-technical users to easily navigate and utilize its features.

Installation Steps:

Start by updating the system packages to ensure that you have the latest updates and security patches.

Odoo requires a PostgreSQL database server. Install it using the following command:

Initialize the database and start the PostgreSQL service:

Create a PostgreSQL user for Odoo:

Odoo needs some additional packages to work properly. Install them using the following command:

Download the Odoo installation package from the official website:

Start the Odoo service and enable it to start on boot:

  1. Update System Packages
  2. sudo dnf update -y
  3. Install PostgreSQL Database Server
  4. sudo dnf install postgresql-server -y
  5. Initialize and Start PostgreSQL
  6. sudo postgresql-setup --initdb sudo systemctl start postgresql sudo systemctl enable postgresql
  7. Create PostgreSQL User
  8. sudo su - postgres -c "createuser -s odoo"
  9. Install Required Packages
  10. sudo dnf install wget git gcc python3 python3-devel \ redhat-rpm-config libxslt-devel bzip2-devel openldap-devel \ libjpeg-devel freetype-devel -y
  11. Install and Configure Odoo
  12. cd /tmp wget https://nightly.odoo.com/14.0/nightly/rpm/odoo_14.0.latest-1.noarch.rpm

    Install the Odoo package:

    sudo dnf install /tmp/odoo_14.0.latest-1.noarch.rpm -y

    Configure Odoo by editing the configuration file:

    sudo nano /etc/odoo.conf

    Update the configuration file with your desired settings, such as database name, database password, and master password.

  13. Start and Enable Odoo Service
  14. sudo systemctl start odoo sudo systemctl enable odoo

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