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Re: [Health-dev] Query about GNU Health Deb packaging

From: Luis Falcon
Subject: Re: [Health-dev] Query about GNU Health Deb packaging
Date: Tue, 23 Apr 2013 07:28:37 -0300

On Mon, Apr 22, 2013 at 5:03 PM, Emilien Klein <address@hidden> wrote:
> Hi Constantine,
> 2013/4/22 Kostis Mousafiris <address@hidden>:
>> Dear Emilien,
>> as I was browsing the Debian Med page
>> I realized that there is work under progress in order to produce deb 
>> packages for GNU health.
>> I wrote a mail to Luis Falcon and he pointed me towards you.
>> So there I am... I was wondering if you could inform me as to the precise 
>> status of this effort.
>> Should I be looking for something concrete to come out in the foreseeable 
>> future??
>> Thanx a lot
> Actually GNU Health version 1.8.0 is already packaged in Debian
> Experimental. Since it depends on Tryton 1.6, we're waiting for that
> version to migrate to Debian Sid (unstable) before being able to move
> GNU Health there.
> You can install the Debian package by adding the experimental
> repositories (reminder: not good for production use yet!):
> Add the following line to your /etc/apt/sources.list
> deb experimental main
> Then run these 2 commands:
> $ sudo aptitude update
> $ sudo aptitude -t experimental install gnuhealth
> The 1.8.0-1 package in Debian experimental is in no way finished: it
> now supposes that the user will execute the steps to create a database
> user, etc. manually. I'm currently working on packaging 1.8.1 in
> Experimental and having more of those steps automated. See [0] for a
> non-definitive list of tasks we still have to work on.
> Please try package 1.8.0-1 out, and let us know what you think is still 
> missing!
> FYI the steps to perform are listed in README.Debian (in
> /usr/share/gnuhealth I believe) once you have installed the package on
> your system.
>    +Emilien
> [0] 

Thanks a lot Emilien !

Luis Falcon
President, GNU Solidario

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