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Because Odoo works almost out of the box in any system that has Postgres and some disk space for data storage.
Build and Install
- Install Cloudron CLI on your machine:
npm install -g cloudron-cli.
- Install Docker, and make sure you can push to docker hub, or install the docker registry app in your own Cloudron.
- Log in to your Cloudron using cloudron cli:
cloudron login <my.yourdomain.tld>.
- Build and publish the docker image:
- If you're using your own docker registry, name the image properly,
- Log in to Docker Hub and mark the image as public, if necessary.
- Install the app
cloudron install -l <auth.yourdomain.tld>
- Look at the logs to see if everything is going as planned.
Refer to the Cloudron Docs for more information.
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