On Saturday 28 July 2007 04:28, Bryan Scott wrote (shortened):
Many thanks for packaging koha for suse and I hope it
Yes. As time permits :-( koha is currently "low priority" for me.
The environment I was trying to install on was one
where the apache
mysql are on separate machines and I was trying to
existing database to further complicate matters.
So lets say: complex setup ;-)
Some additional I found helpful
1. Module perl-GB-Barcode could be installed through yast, but when
trying to install koha anyway had to tell yast to ignore?
I think this was a typo on my side. I typed perl-GD and not perl-GB - so
this failure should be fixed with the next rebuild.
2. example suse apache conf modules as default to
include conf.d/* in
vhosts. This then leads to issues with the supplied apache conf
file. I move to /etc/apache2/vhosts to resolve.
Yes. Thats a way to go. But we can also try to use the <Define>
directive in apache to get rid of the problem.
So the example koha-example.conf file in /etc/apache2/conf.d/ can
[...other stuff here...]
[...would be great if you can send me your configuration file for koha,
So your vhost just should start with "httpd -DKOHA" and everythink
should work as expected.
3. additional library required perl-XML-SAX
Already available. Perhaps not on your mirror?
4. to get PDF working a little better I needed to
ln –s Basic/PDF PDF
Thanks for this information. I'll see what package can handle this....
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