I'm having troubles with configuration, setup, running. I have
been using SQL-Ledger for many years but now I must update...
I can access the ledgersmb login using links browser pointed to
localhost. But I'm failing to figure out how to allows LAN access.
I have a fresh install of Debian on a machine. I used the package
manager to install ledgerSMB 1.6.9. To keep it light, no X. This
system is for a very small organization. One login typical, never
more than 5, access from inside the LAN only.
Any clues on how to setup Apache or Starman or ?? to make this
I am testing Ledgersmb to see if it is a fit. I am currently using Shopify for shopping cart and I sell on Amazon. Therefore, I will need to sync my orders and inventory with each of the platform. I look around and I can't see how to upload data to Ledgersmb. I would also find it useful for migration. Any hints?
In preparation of the final release of LedgerSMB 1.8, the release branch
has been created for a period of stabilization. To make available the
latest fixes which also have been released as part of 1.7.18, we have
updated the 1.8 beta release to 1.8.0-beta3. This will likely be the last
beta release: we expect to start issuing release candidates soon.
Users are encouraged to download the Docker images (tag:
ledgersmb/ledgersmb:1.8) or the tarball (
) for evaluation purposes. Bugreports either in response to this mail or as
GitHub issues are highly appreciated!
The 1.8 release shifts away from HTTP Basic authentication, using encrypted
cookies instead. This eliminates the popup authentication dialog on expired
sessions. Additionally, does it provide a broader range of settings for
outgoing e-mail and has support been added to upload logos and other files
which can be used in downloadable documents.
Please test LedgerSMB 1.8.0-beta3 with your use-cases (but not in
production) and report any issues you're experiencing so they can be fixed
before the final 1.8.0 release!
http://efficito.com -- Hosted accounting and ERP.
Robust and Flexible. No vendor lock-in.
The LedgerSMB development team is happy to announce yet another new
version of its open source ERP and accounting application.
This release contains the following fixes and improvements:
Changelog for 1.7.18
* Fix payment posting due to number formatting errors (#4781)
* Fix payment posting due to date formatting errors (#4794)
* Fix posting reversal of sales invoice after assembly reversal (#4791)
* Fix overpayment reversal failing to post (#4803, #4816)
For installation instructions and system requirements, see
The release can be downloaded from our download site at
The release can be downloaded from GitHub at
Or pulled from Docker Hub using the command
$ docker pull ledgersmb/ledgersmb:1.7.18
These are the sha256 checksums of the uploaded files:
Hi, I'm an extreme noob with LedgerSMB and Docker and Postgres so please go
gentle on me :-)
I have setup LedgerSMB on docker on my Linux machine. And I know I
connected to it when I first set it up. But when I tried to access it today
I only get a connection refused message from the browser. The containers
are running and they are supposedly running on port 5762 however, when I
run ss -plnt I do not see anything on that port. I must have done something
wrong, but I don't know what. Does anyone here have any suggestions?