You can start the default web server bundled in Tryton with this command line:
trytond -c <config file>
The server will wait for client connections on the interface defined in the web section of the configuration.
When using multiple config files the order is importart as last entered files will override the items of first files
If you prefer to run Tryton inside your own WSGI server instead of the simple server of Werkzeug, you can use the application trytond.application.app and set the environment variable TRYTOND_CONFIG to point to the configuration.
You must manage to serve the static files from the web root.
If you want to run some scheduled actions, you must also run the cron server with this command line:
trytond-cron -c <config file> -d <database>
The server will wake up every minutes and preform the scheduled actions defined in the database.
You will find more options for those services by using –help arguments.