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Re: [Health-dev] [bug #37792] the below error occurs when i add an attac

From: Hannah Sun
Subject: Re: [Health-dev] [bug #37792] the below error occurs when i add an attachment for a patient
Date: Mon, 25 Feb 2013 17:18:51 +0800

Hi Mr Ronald Munjoma!

There is no /etc/ folder in the .local folder and so i just created one( in the .local directory).
 I  already configured the trytond.conf.
 However, when I try to run:
 ./trytond -c /etc/trytond.conf
this error occured: bash: ./trytond: No such file or directory
And so this is what i typed:
.local/bin/trytond -c /etc/trytond.conf
This also appears.
INFO:server:using /etc/trytond.conf as configuration file

But when I try to add an attachment to a patient, the same error still occurs.

I am using the latest version of GNU Health (1.8)
I do hope you can help me with this matter. Thanks!

On Mon, Feb 25, 2013 at 6:26 AM, ronald munjoma <address@hidden> wrote:
Hi Hannah,

On 24 February 2013 12:07, Hannah Sun <address@hidden> wrote:
Follow-up Comment #3, bug #37792 (project health):

Hi Mr Luis Falcon,

Regarding the local directory in the data_path variable from my trytond.conf,
I want to ask where I can find this file. I searched in the .local file but
there was no single file that contains trytond.conf.  I installed GNU health
using pypi.

pip install does not include the trytond.conf file. You have to manually downlaod the file [0] and copy it to your /etc/ folder

by default Tryton should load the trytond.conf file from /etc/ If for any reason the file is not loaded you can start with the  -c option to specify the conf file location:

Ronald Munjoma

If I will be creating a new trytond.conf, where should I place it?

I am hoping for your reply. Thank you!


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