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How to Use the Odoo VPS Template

Getting started with the Odoo template on your VPS

Updated over a week ago

Odoo is an all-in-one management software that offers a range of business applications that form a complete suite of enterprise management applications. The Ubuntu 22.04 with Odoo VPS template on Hostinger simplifies the deployment of Odoo, as it comes pre-installed, and users only need to complete the initial setup via a web browser.

This guide will assist you through the initial access and configuration of your Odoo installation.

Accessing Odoo

Open a web browser and type in the IP address of your VPS followed by the Odoo port:


Replace [your-vps-ip] with the actual IP address of your VPS.

Upon accessing the URL, you will be greeted by the Odoo setup wizard.

Odoo requires a database to store its data. The setup wizard will prompt you to create this database. Enter a name for the database and set a password for the Odoo administrative account.

The master password is crucial as it secures your database operations. Choose a strong password to protect your data 🔒

Configuring Your System

Set up your company information, including name, currency, and other essential details in the settings menu.

Navigate to Settings → Users & Companies to add users and configure their permissions based on their roles within your organization.

Customizing Odoo

Odoo offers a variety of business applications such as CRM, eCommerce, Accounting, Inventory, and more. You can choose to install the applications you need right from the Odoo dashboard.

Explore the Odoo Apps to find additional modules that extend the functionality of your system. Odoo’s modular approach allows you to customize the platform extensively.

The Ubuntu 22.04 with Odoo VPS template from Hostinger provides a robust foundation for deploying and managing your business applications with Odoo.

For more detailed information on how to maximize your use of Odoo, refer to the Odoo Documentation 💡

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