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About OpenERP

OpenERP is an OpenSource/Free software Enterprise Resource Planning and
Customer Relationship Management software. More info at:

Installation on Debian/Ubuntu

Add the the apt repository

    deb ./

in your source.list and type:

    $ sudo apt-get update
    $ sudo apt-get install openerp

Or download the deb file and type:

    $ sudo dpkg -i <openerp-deb-filename>
    $ sudo apt-get install install -f

Installation on RedHat, Fedora, CentOS

Install the required dependencies:

    $ yum install python
    $ easy_install pip
    $ pip install .....

Install the openerp rpm

    $ rpm -i openerp-VERSION.rpm

Installation on Windows

    Check the notes in

Installation on MacOSX

Setuping you first database

Point your browser to http://localhost:8069/ and click "Manage Databases", the
default master password is "admin".

Detailed System Requirements

The dependencies are listed in

For Luxembourg localization, you also need:

 pdftk (