This text is about installing ErpNext in an Ubuntu machine.
You may find instructions on how to install MariaDB in a previous post.
Remember to not leave a blank password for the MariaDB’s root account. ErpNext uses username and password of the root account in order to connect to the database.
Also you need to configure MariaDB’s character-set and collation.
Use a text editor to open the file
/etc/mysql/my.cnf and add the following lines.
Save the file and restart the MariaDB service.
Ensure services are running
Linux user for ErpNext
Create a new Frappe site
Download and install ErpNext
The currentsite.txt must exist
/opt/bench/erpnext/sites. If there is not a
currentsite.txt file, create it with the following content.
Start the site
A series of messages is displayed in the terminal and after a while a message saying that ErpNext is waiting for changes, e.g.
Waiting for changes.... You now may open a browser and connect to you ErpNext site.
To connect locally use any of the following:
The default user-name and password are:
To stop the site just type Ctrl + C
To start the site any other time
- Ubuntu 20.04
- ErpNext 13