|Subject:||Re: [Health-dev] [Health-announce] GNU Health patchset 3.6.2 released|
|Date:||Sun, 24 Nov 2019 17:31:17 +0100|
Am Sonntag, 24. November 2019, 15:51:34 CET schrieb Luis Falcon:
> > Am Samstag, 23. November 2019, 18:36:35 CET schrieb Luis Falcon:
> > > (main article at
> > > https://savannah.gnu.org/forum/forum.php?forum_id=9603)
> > Savannah seems to be unavailable at the moment
> It seems to be OK now: Check
I'm entering via https://savannah.gnu.org/projects/health , and this still does not work
> Nevertheless, I am also mirroring the files both gnuhealth.org and in
> > > Dear community
> > >
> > > GNU Health 3.6.2 patchset has been released !
> > the current tarball on pypi.io seems to be broken: It has only 770k
> > and basically no modules inside.
> The file is OK, but remember that "gnuhealth" is just the health
> package, that is why it's only 770K. Just did an installation and
> worked fine. (pip3 install --user gnuhealth)
> The rest of the packages are also there gnuhealth_archives,
> gnuhealth_gyneco ....
OK, thats misleading, as the file from ftp.gnu.org has exactly the same name...but a different content
> > > The GNU Health control center works on standard installations (those
> > > done following the installation manual on wikibooks). Don't use it
> > > if you use an alternative method or if your distribution does not
> > > follow the GNU Health packaging guidelines.
> > Can we agree on a slightly different wording here?
> > The GNU Health control center works on standard installations (those
> > done from source files as described on wikibooks).
> > Don't use it if you use the packages provided by your
> > Linux-Distribution. Here the system takes care about patches.
> You should customize gnuhealth-control so it works on openSUSE, either
> by calling internally zypper in or whatever you deem appropriate to
> achieve the same task as "gnuhealth-control update". That way we get
> close to the ideal 1-1 relationship on the standard and the openSUSE
the openSUSE packages come already with a modified gnuhealth-control. Its version is 3.6.2-openSUSE and it points you to 'zypper up'
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