Centos 5 or Centos 6.5

I would appreciate any help on this before I go further with ERPNext.
I would like to install it and implement my self on a  virtual CentOS server. Since I have Centos 5 and I read about CentOS 6, I wonder if it is necessary to upgrade my System and if it makes a diference for ERPNext funktionality.

Thanks,
Camilo



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I would appreciate any help on this before I go further with ERPNext.
I would like to install it and implement my self on a  virtual CentOS server. Since I have Centos 5 and I read about CentOS 6, I wonder if it is necessary to upgrade my System and if it makes a diference for ERPNext funktionality.

Thanks,
Camilo



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Hello Camilio,

No need to upgrade the Centos untill and unless you would like to feel Centos new UX/UI and improved features. You will get all features of ERPNext on Centos 5 also.

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On Thursday, August 21, 2014 3:49:57 AM UTC+5:30, Camilo wrote:
I would appreciate any help on this before I go further with ERPNext.
I would like to install it and implement my self on a  virtual CentOS server. Since I have Centos 5 and I read about CentOS 6, I wonder if it is necessary to upgrade my System and if it makes a diference for ERPNext funktionality.

Thanks,
Camilo



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On 21-Aug-2014, at 3:49 am, Camilo <ca...@gmail.com> wrote:

I would appreciate any help on this before I go further with ERPNext.
I would like to install it and implement my self on a  virtual CentOS server. Since I have Centos 5 and I read about CentOS 6, I wonder if it is necessary to upgrade my System and if it makes a diference for ERPNext funktionality.

I think there is a Python 2.7 dependency - you will also have to install MariaDB 5 and other dependencies - We know it works in CentOS 6


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CentOS 6 will have least hassle. Though you can install it on a CentOS 5 machine with a bit of work. Check IUS community repos for installing python 2.7 and nginx


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On Thursday, August 21, 2014, Camilo <ca…@gmail.com> wrote:
I would appreciate any help on this before I go further with ERPNext.
I would like to install it and implement my self on a virtual CentOS server. Since I have Centos 5 and I read about CentOS 6, I wonder if it is necessary to upgrade my System and if it makes a diference for ERPNext funktionality.

Thanks,
Camilo



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Many thanks, you all!

On Thursday, August 21, 2014 12:19:57 AM UTC+2, Camilo wrote:
I would appreciate any help on this before I go further with ERPNext.
I would like to install it and implement my self on a  virtual CentOS server. Since I have Centos 5 and I read about CentOS 6, I wonder if it is necessary to upgrade my System and if it makes a diference for ERPNext funktionality.

Thanks,
Camilo



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