GNUmed client and server on MS Windows

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Step 1: GNUmed client installation

All-in-One installer (includes dependent software) Bare client (does not include dependent on software)
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This will install the GNUmed client and all dependencies, It is the best candidate for a first time installation. It will install all neccessary dependencies. Those are listed here This will install the latest GNUmed client only. It is the best candidate for GNUmed updates. Make sure you have all dependencies installed already. See here for more information

After downloading:
  1. Accept the default installation options.
  2. To set up a local database, proceed to Step 2

Step 2: GNUmed server installation

A video guide on how to install the GNUmed server part ( step 2 and step 3 of this document) is available here. While we might suggest running a database on GNU/Linux, it is now possible to run a GNUmed server natively under Windows.

All-in-One installer (includes PostgreSQL) Bare server (does not include dependent on software)
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This will install the GNUmed server and all dependencies, It is the best candidate for a first time installation. It will install and configure all neccessary dependencies. Those are listed here This will install the latest GNUmed server only. Make sure you have all dependencies installed already. See here for more information on the dependencies and here for Configuring PostgreSQL

Step 3: GNUmed database creation

This step is needed to produce a GNUmed database inside the PostgreSQL database server. This step is in some cases optional since it will be automatically called during the installation process. The optional password needed is the password for 'gm-dbo'. The current version of this password is kept up to date in the FAQ section. If anything goes wrong during the initial installation you can always manually restart this step. Visit the Database on Windows page for more info.

Step 4: GNUmed startup

  • Run from Windows' Start > Programs > GNUmed > GNUmed...
  • Connect to the local GNUmed database (if you created one) or the GNUmed test database at "publicdb.gnumed.de" using any-doc, any-doc (easy but slow)
Topic revision: 11 Feb 2011, SebastianHilbert
 
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