On Wed, Nov 6, 2013 at 10:56 AM, readingna re...@gmail.com wrote:
Good afternoon all,
I would very much like to look at Version 2.0 of ERPNext.
I have just done a clean install following the instructions listed on the
download page and I have run into some issues. I also
will declare that I am new to the world of Python, so please bear with me if
some of my questions seem dumb.
Firstly, is there an easy way of seeing what version of the Application and
Framework that you have installed?
Secondly, after reading a number of comments on here, rightly or wrongly
there version that is downloaded following the instaructions
is still version 1.x of the Framework and the Application?
Thirdly, that there is an undocumented feature in the download that causes
some issues with regard: Forbidden You don’t have permission to access / on
Lastly, how do I get version 2.x and then install it.
I am running the following configuration.
Server OS: Ubuntu
Version: 12.04.3 LTS
The version I have downloaded appears to run correctly when running on the
development server using the command. ./lib/wnf.py --serve
Thanking you in advance for your help with this matter.
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If you have WSGI (I think that is what your refer to as 2.0) running
via ./lib/wnf.py --serve, then below are the instructions to make your
instance production ready,
Thus, Apache is no more a dependency to run ERPNext.
The permission denied issue that the users are facing are due to
Apache, and are not related to WSGI.
We do not semantically version the application as of now, so you will
have to compare from github (master branch) to see if there are