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Download Odoo

Latest version is 11.0
Odoo can be downloaded in different flavors (deb, rpm, exe, source, docker ...).
You can as well try it directly in our SaaS platform!

Latest Debian 11.0

Nightly build Odoo Debian package including all official modules and auto-installer.

Latest RPM 11.0

Nightly build Odoo RPM package including all official modules and auto-installer.

Latest Windows All-in-one 11.0

Nightly build of Odoo Windows package including all official modules and All-in-one installer.

Latest Sources 11.0

Grab the code: it is open source.

Odoo On github

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Odoo on Docker

We think Docker technology is great for our infrastructure and we share it!

Official docker hub

Weekly Docker image based on OCB.

Chinese Docker hub

Weekly Docker image based on OCB.
Content is adapted to the Chinese market.

Our docker files in Github

Check our docker files directly in our github repository.

Want to test Odoo in few minutes with Docker?

If you do not have any Odoo server installed in your server, you can start your own Odoo in few minutes via Docker in command line. There are multiple advantages of this method, one of which is to "containerize" the Odoo server. With this method, the Odoo server is contained in one virtual environment (Docker) and do not impact the rest of the server.

This method is very practical, quick and safe for simple tests (although of course you can run full production server under Docker too!).

Here is the basic how-to (based on https://github.com/Elico-Corp/odoo-docker), valid for Ubuntu OS but could also easily be replicated in MacOS or Windows:

1. Install docker and docker-compose in your system

2. Create the directory structure (assuming the base install directory will be `odoo`)

mkdir odoo && cd odoo
mkdir -p ./volumes/postgres ./volumes/odoo/addons ./volumes/odoo/filestore \
./volumes/odoo/sessions

3. Create a `docker-compose.yml` file in `odoo` directory with following content: 

 version: '3.3'
   services:
   postgres:
   image: postgres:9.5
   volumes:
     - ./volumes/postgres:/var/lib/postgresql/data
   environment:
     - POSTGRES_USER=odoo
   odoo:
   image: elicocorp/odoo:10.0
   command: start
   ports:
     - 127.0.0.1:8069:8069
   volumes:
     - ./volumes/odoo/addons:/opt/odoo/additional_addons
     - ./volumes/odoo/filestore:/opt/odoo/data/filestore
     - ./volumes/odoo/sessions:/opt/odoo/data/sessions
   links:
     - postgres:db
   environment:
     - ADDONS_REPO=https://github.com/OCA/business-requirement.git
     - ODOO_DB_USER=odoo

4. Fire up your container (in `odoo` directory)

 docker-compose up -d odoo

5. Open a web browser and navigate the URL you have set up in your `docker-compose.yml` file (http://127.0.0.1:8069 in this particular example)

6. Create a new database

7. Update the addons list in your database (Menu `Apps > Update Apps List` in developer mode)

8. Install the `Business Requirements` modules in menu `Apps`.

You can improve your new Odoo docker environment (add parameters, change default passwords etc.) following this documentation.

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