Hi Senaite specialists,
I had been playing around a bit with Senaite and was for testing purposes setting it up in our corporate network. It is set up on a Debian machine which serves it to clients within the local network.
During this process I had found a lot of different instructions, referring to different versions of Senaite, Plone, etc., and after many failures I ended up with a working installation. However, I am really not sure if I might be missing something, as it was simply too easy - compared to many of the instructions.
Perhaps you can tell me if I should actually be fine with this setup, or if there are any caveats I should be aware of. During the course of the first trials, conda was installed as well as a few system libraries and packages, which I have not included here as a prerequisite (though they might of course be needed for reproduction).
conda create --name senaite_trial python=2.7 conda activate senaite_trial wget https://github.com/senaite/senaite.lims/archive/refs/heads/2.x.zip unzip 2.x.zip cd senaite.lims-2.x/ pip install zc.buildout sed -i 's/127.0.0.1:8080/0.0.0.0:8080/' buildout.cfg buildout bin/instance fg
This brings it up and running and I can access it from a remote client.
So now I wonder, should that be reproducible (given conda and any required system packages had been installed), or does this work as I have produced all kind of setups involving Senaite and Plone in my previous, failed, attempts?
Thanks for your comments,