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OpenERP Web 安装

Downloading & Installing the OpenERP Web Client

The OpenERP Web Client can be downloaded from the OpenERP website's download page

You need to install the following Python libraries, because OpenERP Web Client uses these packages:

  1. Python >= 2.4

  2. CherryPy >= 3.1.2

  3. Mako >= 0.2.4

  4. Babel >= 0.9.4

  5. FormEncode >= 1.2.2

  6. simplejson >= 2.0.9

  7. pyparsing >= 1.5.0

There is no need to install the above packages one by one. You can just run the following commands in your favourite shell:

$ sudo apt-get install python python-dev build-essential
$ sudo apt-get install python-setuptools

This will install dependencies required for the following:

$ cd /path/to/openerp-web-6.0.2/lib
$ ./
$ cd ..

This will install all required dependencies in private lib directory, and you do not need to install anything.

Testing the OpenERP Web Client

If you only want to test the web client, you do not need to install it. Just unpack the archive and start the openerp-web executable:

tar -xzf openerp-web-6.0.2.tar.gz
cd openerp-web-6.0.2/

The list of available command line parameters can be obtained with the -h command line switch:

python -h

Installing the OpenERP Web Client

The OpenERP Web Client can be installed very easily using the file:

tar -xzf openerp-web-6.0.2.tar.gz
cd openerp-web-6.0.2
sudo python install

You can now run the OpenERP Web Client using the following command:


you can find the OpenERP Web Client configuration file at ~/openerp-web-6.0.2/doc/openerp-web.conf.

Web Browser Compatibilities


OpenERP Web Client is known to work best with Mozilla based web browsers. Here is a list of supported browsers:

  1. Firefox >= 3.6

  2. Internet Explorer >= 7.0

  3. Safari >= 4.1

  4. Google Chrome >= 9.0

  5. Opera >= 10.0

Flash Plugin

Your browser should have the Flash plugin installed because OpenERP Web Client uses some Flash components.

Apply the following command in order to install the Flash plugin on an Ubuntu system:

$ sudo apt-get install flashplugin-nonfree