Setting Up OpenERP (Odoo) 9 with Nginx on RHEL/CentOS and Debian/Ubuntu

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7 Responses

  1. Jagan says:

    It works well on Ubuntu 15.10, whereas from Cent 6/7, it stucks with the python dependency error. Is there any solution to overcome?

  2. Rajith says:

    Doesnt work!

  3. Rahul Raut says:

    How to setup odoo on IPv6 port 80? Is it possible to use nginx to do the same?

    • Matei Cezar says:

      Why do you want to setup Odoo to listen on IPv6 on localhost? Use nginx frontend to be accessed from IPv6 with the below configuration: listen [::]:80;

  4. Matei Cezar says:

    You would have to create some subdomains (virtual hosts) with nginx and use redirection, but that’s tricky with odoo. Why not just leave it all to HTTPS?

  5. Hasan Fakih says:

    Hello and thank you for the great tutorial. In odoo you can create a website and an e-commerce webpage and those usually are public pages and there’s a login button above that let’s you login to the erp system.

    My question is, how can we make the public pages non HTTPS and when the user want to login, he gets redirected to HTTPS and stays in HTTPS while using the ERP system? I’m aware that he can setup another instance of odoo and sync the data but this way some integration features will be lost. Is there a way to do that on a single odoo instance?

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