How to install and setup EasyERP on Ubuntu 18.04 from GitHub?

How to install and setup EasyERP on Ubuntu 18.04 from GitHub? Step by step instructions and commands needed from the scratch to the web application is up and running.

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This project seems to have been abandoned as there has been no activity for the past 3-4 years. This is not a good sign if you are planning to use it for production as you will not have any security updates.

However, if you decide to use it, what you need to do is first clone the project:

  1. git clone

Then install npm by following the steps here:

Then install browse:

  1. npm install bower -g

After that cd into the EasyERP project and run:

npm install

Followed by:

  1. bower i

You also need to have MongoDB installed, you can follow the steps here:

Once you have MongoDB installed you need to unzip the

  1. unzip

And restore the two databases from the file.

Finally run the project.

Regards, Bobby

Hi Bobby,

Thank you & much appreciate for the information & instructions.

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