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Re: [Health] Issues connecting from Tryton Client

From: Rodrigo Rodenbeek
Subject: Re: [Health] Issues connecting from Tryton Client
Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2017 17:33:11 -0400
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Hello, Robert.

In this case the installation of Tryton server 4.4.1 is not necessary. The installation of GNU health,

install the tryton server version 3.8. So you just have to use client 3.8. You can uninstall pip version of tryton server.


On 22/06/17 21:54, Robert Schilt wrote:

I have just installed / setup a fresh Tryton / GNU Health Server by following standard instructions at:

Server is running Ubuntu 16.04 and is fully patched 
Postgres is version 9.5
Tryton Server installed using pip and is at version 4.4.1
GNU Health as per install instructions ( is at version 3.08

Incoming Ports open on Server are: 22 and 8000.

Installation of server components seems to have completed successfully and Tryton Server starts without any errors:

2840 139921866721024 [2017-06-23 01:46:16,562] INFO trytond.server using /home/gnuhealth/gnuhealth/tryton/server/config/trytond.conf as configuration file
2840 139921866721024 [2017-06-23 01:46:16,562] INFO trytond.server initialising distributed objects services
2840 139921866721024 [2017-06-23 01:46:16,574] INFO trytond.server starting JSON-RPC protocol on *:8000

I then installed Tryton client (v4.4.0) on my Windows 10 Laptop - again as per standard instructions - all OK.

The when I try to connect to Tryton Server from my Windows client - I get a "Could not connect to the server" error message.

My trytond.conf is as follows:

uri = postgresql://localhost:5432
#uri = postgresql://localhost:8000
path = /home/gnuhealth/attach
super_pwd = KeMDfQKVJMbYc
listen = *:8000

My pg_hba.conf is as follows:

# Database administrative login by Unix domain socket
local   all             postgres                                peer
# TYPE  DATABASE        USER            ADDRESS                 METHOD
# "local" is for Unix domain socket connections only
#local  all             all                                     peer
local   all             all                                     trust
# IPv4 local connections:
#host    all             all               md5
host    all             all               trust
# IPv6 local connections:
host    all             all             ::1/128                 md5

Any form of assistance / guidance to get this working would be greatly appreciated.


Robert Schilt

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