Koha Live DVD based on Xubuntu Linux and Koha 3.x.
Download the ISO file and burn into a DVD using any DVD writer software like Nero or Infra Recorder (http://infrarecorder.org).
Read installation manual and Read me file before try to install the DVD.
How to migrate your existing Koha database to Live DVD?
Please read, http://tinyurl.com/ale73k2
Easy to upgrade to new version of Koha.
Following commands will upgrade Koha to new version.
sudo apt-get update
sudo apt-get upgrade
No need to execute lot of commands.
- Koha customised for ready to use
- Zebra server enabled
- Easy installation steps
- Customised MARC fields in cataloguing
- Webmin included for scheduling database backup
- Build on Ubuntu 10.04 LTS
- Detailed installation manual and Read Me file
- Ready made reports
I am facing problem in making live cd based on 12.04 LTS. The problem is that Remastersys does not work with Ubuntu 12.04. I am not familiar with other ways to build a live DVD.
Allow me introduce myself. I come from a Traditional Chinese community. Install several Koha for local libraries. This Kohalivedvd is a great job. After installation, 1. run language support, add Traditional Chinese for Ubuntu. 2. modify environment parameter, export KOHA_CONF="/etc/koha/koha-conf.xml" AND export PERL5LIB="/usr/share/koha/lib". 3. cd /usr/share/koha/misc/translator. 4. ./translate install zh-Hans-TW Then go to http://127.0.1.1:8080, login, → System preferences → I18N/L10N, select (zh-Hans-TW) Then I have Traditional Chinese interface for Staff. BUT, at OPAC, it said: Software error: Template process failed: file error - parse error - doc-head-close.inc line 3: unexpected token (版本) [% 版本 %] at /usr/share/koha/lib/C4/Templates.pm line 127. I am not sure what happen. Could you give me a hint, please.
Simple to use.
Hi @vimal0212, Do you know when the next LiveDVD (with Ubuntu 12.04 and Koha 3.8) will be released? I need a Live DVD but I am in doubt whether I install the current Koha-6.3.04-LiveDVD.iso or if I wait for the new release. (And thank you, It's a great job what you have been done so far. Sorry my English, I am from Brazil)
Very useful project!