openERP spec files

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As requested by Pieter, here are the spec files I used to create the openERP rpms for fedora and centos.

As some packages have different names or different user management commands, I need two different spec files for same pakages in each distro.

(only the client can be the same)

I wait for your feedback

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  1. Dear Frédéric,
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    noticed it has been discontinued and I can’t find a copy of it
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  2. It looks like you changed the name of the package from openerp-client-web to just openerp-web. If that’s the case, you should probably use an Obsoletes: openerp-client-web in the new version.

    I also had problems with the web client init script, so I ended up hacking together my own based on the server script. I look forward to testing the new one to see if it works better.

  3. Hi,

    I tested your RPMs and the server and client are working fine so far.
    Thanks for your contribution!

    Would you also be kind enough to put your SRPMs?
    Although the spec file is the most important part, having the SRPM would save a little time by avoiding to gather the config files from the RPM.

    Thanks again,

    Mathieu

    1. Hi Mathieu,

      for the moment as I don’t have Internet access at home, I’m not able to scp them to the server.

      I’ll provide them asap.

      Thx for your feedback

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