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Re: [Gnumed-devel] GNUmed project update

From: Jérôme Pinguet
Subject: Re: [Gnumed-devel] GNUmed project update
Date: Fri, 10 Mar 2017 03:52:02 +0100

On 03/10/2017 02:03 AM, Jérôme Pinguet wrote:
> Hi!
> I was trying to have news about GNUmed but I couldn't find information
> anywhere except by searching the mailing list archives (not an easy
> task). The website link on your English Wikipedia page is dead.
> What's the project status?
> Do you still have a space on the web, a wiki perhaps?
> Where can I get info about installing GNUmed on Debian Stretch?
> Right now I'm just trying to install gnumed-server & gnumed-client. I am
> there:
> sudo apt-get install gnumed-client
> The following NEW packages will be installed:
> ... ...
> 0 upgraded, 99 newly installed, 0 to remove and 6 not upgraded.
> After this operation, 1,694 MB of additional disk space will be used.
> That's a bit scary... wish me luck! ;)
> In the past, GNUmed offered the possibility to use FreeDIAMS (from the
> FreeMedForms project) as a prescription module. Do you have your own DDI
> engine now? Would you be interested in renewing this collaboration with
> FreeRx [1], a fully GPLv3 compliant fork of FreeDiams that I started in
> August 2016? I am in the process of upgrading the prescription plugin to
> allow it to use an external French DDI database run by an association of
> hospitals (independant from the pharmaceutical industry, social security
> and governement, but not open source unfortunately). I will use this
> opportunity to revamp and improve the GUI & UX. The idea would be to
> write a module that could be easily adapted to any external DDI database
> using not only SQL but also a RESTful API, as more and more DDI
> databases are queried directly online.
> As a long term project, I'm still dreaming of a 100% free and open
> source international collaborative DDI database. Such a collaborative
> project already exists for Stability and compatibility of (parenteral)
> drugs, it's called Stabilis [2]. I would like to build something similar
> for DDI, based on a free license. I will have the opportunity to start a
> mobile app project for Stabilis, it will be the occasion to learn from
> their experience. They have an impressive network of more than 60
> contributors from all around the world.[3]
> It would be great if we could work together to improve free libre
> software for healthcare practitioners! I'm eager to learn from other
> projects and other languages. Improving my Python would be great!
> Jérôme Pinguet
> [1]:
> [2]:
> [3]:
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After installing gnumed-server and gnumed-client successfully, I try to
connect with

login any-doc

password any-doc

and I get this:

> Unable to connect to database:
> PostgreSQL: FATAL:  password authentication failed for user "any-doc"
> FATAL:  password authentication failed for user "any-doc"
> DSN: dbname=gnumed_v21 host= port=5432 user=any-doc
> password=� sslmode=prefer
> Are you sure you have got a local database installed ?
> Please retry with proper credentials or cancel.
>  (for the public and any new GNUmed data-
>   bases the default user name and password
>   are {any-doc, any-doc})
> You may also need to check the PostgreSQL client
> authentication configuration in pg_hba.conf. For
> details see:
> Please consult the error log for all the gory details !

The link is dead.

I couldn't find any info in the first few pages of search engines.
Almost all links are dead.

Thanks for your help.


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