[Koha] What kind of IT skills required...?
hagud at orex.es
Mon Sep 26 20:00:03 NZDT 2011
Perhaps the best option is to use on of the wonderful liblive cd that auto- install koha very well, if you know perl better, but you can go on anyway
Regarding the bac-up it will depend pn you, but with mysql is quite ease and fast
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El 26/09/2011, a las 08:26, Smurk <sossolapro at hotmail.com> escribió:
> Sorry, it will definitely be a bunch of silly questions, but I really don't
> What kind of IT skills are required for someone to run Koha on a private
> server (for a small network of about 6 libraries, each with a very limited
> collection) and do the maintenance etc? I have been asked to help a little
> library who would like to have her own server and centralize for the few
> other libraries of its network. I know Koha very well, I am quite good with
> computers and training people and all library things. I create websites, I
> know PhP and MySql (but not really the other languages). But I have never
> installed or used a server, I have no idea what that involves. Is it like
> setting a new computer and let's go? Will the server be delivered with
> Windows or Linux or I don't know what other OS? I will have to organise
> daily back-ups, is that something easy? I will have to link the server with
> a website or something like that (I told you I don't know anything), is that
> really tricky? Do I have to know Perl or can I just install whatever
> package ares required and that would do it? Are there other important
> things that I need to know before I may plan to do it...?
> Ultimately, can I ask someone else to set up the server and I only step in
> when it's all ready to go? I mean, is that really something that we can ask
> an IT company to do for us?
> Many thanks for your help!
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