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Customize OpenVistA EHR

  • Customize OpenVista EHR Client passwords:
ID: sys.admin Password: vista!456 (changed from vista!123)
How to change (mandatory):
OpenVistA-CIS Client -> login (Login ID/Password) -> Change Password on Connect (ticked)
ID: text9260 Password: vista!456 (changed from no#1sostrong)
How to change (optional as long as SSH password authentication remains disabled):
sudo passwd text9260
ID: client9260 Password: vista!456 (changed from no#1sostrong)
How to change (optional as long as SSH password authentication remains disabled):
sudo passwd client9260
ID: openvistaEHR Password: vista!456 (changed from vista!123)
How to change (mandatory):
sudo passwd openvistaEHR
  • Copy the administrative server user's (previously created) SSH authorized_keys file to the .ssh folders for client9260 and text9260. On this server, serveruser = jauntyadmin00 by default. If you have created a new user as your default admin user (for example myownuserID), you should replace serveruser with myownuserID in the examples below instead (assuming you have already created a new authorized_keys file in the /home/myownuserID/.ssh directory):
sudo rm /home/client9260/.ssh/authorized_keys
sudo cp /home/serveruser/.ssh/authorized_keys /home/client9260/.ssh/
sudo chown -R client9260 /home/client9260

and

sudo rm /home/text9260/.ssh/authorized_keys
sudo cp /home/serveruser/.ssh/authorized_keys /home/text9260/.ssh/
sudo chown -R text9260 /home/text9260
  • Edit all the OpenVistA Menu items / shortcuts, replacing myjaunty00.dyndns.org with your chosen URL (e.g. clarkkent.dyndns.org) in each one.

VistA Server functions

The VistA server functions are generally configured from a text interface. The VistA server is very flexible and powerful, and therefore can seem complex to customize and daunting for new users.

Accessing the interface is possible in several ways:

  • While logged on the server (using any login ID) by starting VistA Commander from a command-line interface Terminal:
/opt/openvista/EHR/bin/vista_com.sh
  • Logging in directly to the server using the provided Linux login (openvistaEHR or worldvistaEHR) and opening a (Konsole) Terminal. This loads the VistA Commander interface automatically. (On Astronaut systems, the default initial password is vista!123.)
  • Using the Text Client, VistA Config, or VistA Server Admin (text9260) (with or without SSH) if installed on your system as part of a client package.
  • Using the built-in VistA Server Text Client menu items/shortcuts in the Ubuntu-Med system.

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