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webERP is a complete web based accounting and business management system that requires only a web-browser and pdf reader to use. It has a wide range of features suitable for many businesses particularly distributed businesses in wholesale, distribution and manufacturing. When combined with a 3rd party interactive desktop Point Of Sale system it can also form the hub of a dispersed multi-branch retail management system. A fully integrated webSHOP is also available as a 3rd party add-on. webERP is...
Posted 09-02-2016 at 04:54 AM bydanrevell (Linux 001)
Updated 10-13-2016 at 11:48 AM bydanrevell
Why am I here, and who's responsible for this mess? this post's B/J (Buzzwords and Jargon) :
"distro" -- distribution; a new or different release of some Linux OS.
"OS" ------ Operating System, the foundational code (usually pre-installed) that runs your
machine's hardware AND software. Ex: Winblows, MacOS, Linux....
"RAM" ------ Random Access Memory, separate from your hard drive's "memory"; much less storage...
Sometimes you just want to boot with GRUB2 and /boot on a local drive (hard drive or USB drive), but with root on an nfs share. Other tutorials will show you how to set this up with full blown PXE network booting. This How-To shows you how to set this up with just an nfs server. Compared to a full blown PXE netboot setup:
1) Server setup is simpler. Grub nfsroot only requires an nfs server. You do NOT need a tftp server, nor do you need a customized DHCP server.
We had a PERC H800 MegaRaid adapter in one of our Dell PowerEdge R910 systems. We had a Dell MD1220 array attached to that.
We bought a new SuperMicro based system and initially put the PERC H800 in this server in the top slot of the middle riser. It was dead as a door nail there. Original documentation for the PERC H800 indicated it only worked in certain Dell PowerEdge models so I didn't know if it should work in this new system.