Main Reference from official docker website: installation on Centos
Our company has used Bugzilla to track the bugs in various products for years. With the recent move to Jira to manage our projects and track tasks, it was time to say goodbye to the Bugzilla and centralise the issue backlogs.
As we have had a long list of active and resolved issues in various projects, I decided to import all the issues to Jira to keep the historical record of what has happened. Generally it is a straight forward process if you have done the preparation.
This is my version of git cheat sheet. It is compiled mainly from: https://www.git-tower.com/blog/git-cheat-sheet and https://services.github.com/kit/downloads/github-git-cheat-sheet.pdf.
I will trim them to the more commonly used ones.
The guys at ERPNext have done a great job on creating an installation script that install the full functional system in one easy step. But my initial attempts to install it on the Centos 7 by following easy installation procedure was a failure. I think this was mainly because the script has been developed and tested mainly for Ubuntu. You might be lucky enough to have your system set up exactly as the script expects but if that is not the case there will be a lot of trials and errors and re-builds and head scratches.
Update: This post originally was for Odoo 9 installation. Now updated for Odoo 10.
In this post I will go through the full fresh installation of Odoo erp community version on Centos7. I have fairly fresh Centos installation which will be used just as Odoo server. I will also use PostgreSQL as database.
In this post I will go through the full fresh installation of Atlassian on Centos7. I have fresh Centos installation which I will dedicate it to Bitbucket server. I will also use PostgreSQL as database. Atlassian has a guide for this but it is very generic to cover all possible combinations and doesn’t go into the details of installation and configuration of database. This post will have all you need to know on how to install Atlassian Bitbucket on Centos 7 in one place.
Here I will go through the steps to clone a virtual machine in ESXi 6. This is especially useful to create a base operating system with minimal requirements and environment personal customisation and then save the virtual disk for future use. Whenever you need a new system you can use this pre-configured system and not starting from scratch.