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Odoo Point of Sale - PoS - Distribution
This project was based on Odoo 12. When I started to work on it again, Odoo 15 was the current version. The Point of Sale application has greatly improved since Odoo 12:
- Receipt printing on network printers fully available out-of-the box
- No iotbox needed anymore
- Many quirks and workarounds present in this repo are outdated and not necessary anymore
I'm now running Odoo in the cloud, no local deployment on a Raspberry Pi needed anymore.
For this reason, I'm archiving this project and won't update any further.
Dockerfiles, Docker Compose and Kubernetes configuration for running an Odoo based PoS in containers.
Continue with "Odoo PoS configuration"
Kubernetes / K3s
The provided YAML files have been developed and tested with k3s on amd64 and arm64.
Installation will happen in the namespace
- Install k3s, f.e. using k3sup (any other Kubernetes should work as well)
- Install local-path-provisioner
- Apply the deployment YAMLs:
kubectl apply -f deployment/
Continue with "Odoo PoS configuration"
Odoo PoS configuration
- Connect to Odoo and create a new database
On Kubernetes the Ingress defines the hostnames
- Install some Odoo Addons:
- "Point of Sale"
- "POS Network Printer"
- (Enable "Developer mode" under Odoo settings)
- Configure PoS for IoT Box (see screenshots under
- Configure Order Printer (see screenshots under
The default addons from Odoo core are not enough for a smooth PoS experience, therefore a good amount of PoS addons can be used. This distributions adds the following addon sources:
pos_printer_network: Support for network receipt printer
monitoring_status: Status endpoint for Odoo
pos_product_category_filter: Only show selected product categories on the PoS view
The following addons are delivered in this repository:
ip_pos_ticket_order_number: Custom made module to print a big order number both on the receipt and kitchen order
pos_product_sequence: Commercial module to manually order products (default is alphabetically). You're not allowed to use this module unless you bought it as well. See POS Product Sequence on the Odoo app store.
Hardware and Networking
+ +----------------+ | | Raspberry Pi 4 | WLAN| | (K3s, Pi-hole) | +-----+ | DHCP, DNS | | 192.168.233.9 | +-------+--------+ | | +---------------+-----------------+ +---------+ | Router, Switch and Access Point | |WLAN | (Mikrotik RB2011) | | | 188.8.131.52 | | +-----+---------------------+-----+ + | | | | +-----------+ +--------+-------+ +-------+--------+ | Cash desk | | Printer 1 | | Printer 2 | | tablet | | (Cash desk) | | (Kitchen) | | | | 192.168.233.3 | | 192.168.233.5 | +-----------+ +-------+--------+ +----------------+ | | +-------+--------+ | Cash drawer | +----------------+
- Default network - the posnet - assumed:
192.168.233.1: Mikrotik: WLAN and Switch
192.168.233.3: Cashdesk receipt printer with cash drawer
192.168.233.5: Kitchen printer
192.168.233.9: Raspberry Pi (pospi)
192.168.233.10-50: DHCP Range
- Printers: Epson TM-T20II
The Raspberry Pi 4 provides DNS and DHCP to the network with Pi-hole.
Static DNS entries
iotbox are added to
then are served by the Pi-hole DNS server. The Pi-hole Lighttpd must
be configured to listen on f.e. port 8080 so it doesn't conflict with
K3s ingress. The Raspberry Pi is connected to the PoS network using an
Ethernet connection and to the internet using WLAN. This optionally allows
to use it as an internet gateway by adding some IPtables rules:
iptables -t nat -A POSTROUTING -o wlan0 -j MASQUERADE iptables -A FORWARD -i eth0 -o wlan0 -m state --state RELATED,ESTABLISHED -j ACCEPT iptables -A FORWARD -i wlan0 -o eth0 -j ACCEPT
A good thing is to install Wireguard and use it as remote access to the Raspberry Pi.
When using an Android tablet, a "kiosk" browsing app is the recommended way to provide the PoS webapp to the user. F.e. Fully Single App Kiosk. For iPad just add the webapp to the home screen using Safari, no additional app is needed.
An UPS is also recommended to power the setup so that short power outages don't interrupt the ordering process.
There are two kinds of monitoring prepared: The cluster itself and the PoS application.
Simple Cluster Healthcheck
contrib/healthchecks-cronjob.yaml a simple Kubernetes cronjob is
provided which regularly pings Healthchecks.io.
This helps to see if the whole thing is up and running.
A secret with the ping URL needs to be added before the CronJobs can do it's work:
kubectl -n posmon create secret generic healthchecks-io --from-literal=HCURL=https://hc-ping.com/MYUUID
Application and network monitoring
Application monitoring is done using Prometheus, Alertmanager and Blackbox exporter. No application specific exporters are used, so it's just a base monitoring to answer the question: "Is it up?".
- Install prometheus-operator
kubectl apply -f https://raw.githubusercontent.com/coreos/prometheus-operator/master/bundle.yaml
- Apply manifests:
kubectl apply -f contrib/posmon/
- Create secret for extra scrape config:
kubectl -n posmon create secret generic additional-scrape-configs --from-file=contrib/pos-blackbox-exporter-scrape.yaml
- Create secret for Alertmanager config:
kubectl -n posmon create secret generic alertmanager-posmon --from-file=contrib/alertmanager.yaml
Backup is done using K8up.
- Install K8up
- Apply manifests under
Restore from Restic and then do a database import:
createdb -T template0 restoretest pg_restore -d restoretest /data/odoo_data.dump
Docker images are automatically built on Docker Hub (for amd64 arch).
docker.io/tobru/odoo-pos:latest-iotbox: IoT Box
A word on ARM / Raspberry Pi support
TL;DR: It's not easy to run things out of the box on Raspberry Pi / ARM.
Images for ARM64 (f.e. Raspberry Pi) are not automatically built as this is not supported by Docker Hub. They are built manually on a Raspberry Pi and uploaded to Docker Hub.
docker.io/tobru/odoo-pos:latest-iotbox-arm64v7: IoT Box
As the upstream Odoo doesn't support
linux/arm/v7 even the base image needs to be built on the Raspberry Pi:
- Clone https://github.com/odoo/docker
- Build with
docker build -t local/odoo:12 .
- Patch local Dockerfiles to use this as base image
A good amount of upstream stuff doesn't work on Raspberry Pi as no multiarch images are provided. F.e. the proposed monitoring stack with Prometheus doesn't work out of the box and K8up doesn't provide arm binaries (yet).
The Postgres client installed in the Odoo images is version 9.6 (it's based
on Debian Stretch and upstream doesn't provide
If you're using a newer Postgres version, the DB management functionality of
Odoo (Backup/Restore) won't work because of version mismatch.
- Connection from PoS tablet to IoT Box is a direct connection, not via Odoo server!
- Support for opening the cashbox via network printer has been patched. The IP is hardcoded to 192.168.233.3. See 0c6ecfdd and #730.
- Odoo 13 will probably change a lot for PoS and will need some additional work. See f.e.
- Commit: pos: Replace hw_escpos by PrinterDriver
- Addon: pos_epson_printer
There are some things which could be improved:
monitoring_statusand use for K8s probes
- Point Blackbox Monitoring to
- Tweak monitoring rules
- Mirror important add-ons to this repository
server_wide_modules(instead of using command line parameters)
- Automatically install PoS modules
- Improve arm builds and overall support (Monitoring, Backup)
- Support for adding third-party commercial Odoo addons
- Configure default payment option (cash)
- Don't open cash drawer for virtual payment (Twint, SumUp)
- Possibility to print a kitchen order ticket per position (not summarized)
This is a hobby project and is not actively maintained. I don't provide any support! If you feel like contributing something, that's of course appreciated. Feel free to open a Pull Request.