[Koha] Introduction and a question
fabio.tian at gmail.com
Sat Feb 11 02:34:59 NZDT 2012
Are you installing Koha from source or with packages? However, it looks
like a partial Apache configuration to me.
As for the backend port, have you enabled the Listen 8080 directive in
In regard to the OPAC you could try to disable the default Apache site, if
any, and most of all, *if not used* (make sure it isn't! check under
/etc/apache2/sites-enabled/ ). So you could run sudo a2dissite 000-default
(000-default stands for the default site name), I'm not sure it's your case
I hope this could help.
2012/2/10 Stefano Barale <s.barale at erentil.net>
> Hello everybody!
> First of all let me briefly introduce myself.
> I am a physicist with roughly ten years of experience in the ICT field,
> eight of which in international and multi-cultural environments. I have a
> good background in web applications and IT research with extensive
> experience in all aspects of free and open source software, plus I have
> worked in recent years in the areas of technical training and instructional
> During the last few weeks I started a project here in Turin, Italy that
> includes the creation of an ILS/OPAC for a foundation that bought a
> considerable number of books in Arabic. In order to build it up, Koha was
> I made the first attempts to install the software on my local machine
> (running Ubuntu 10.10), just to start testing. After reading several docs I
> ended up with Apache replying my requests with this message:
> System Maintenance
> The Koha Online Catalog is offline for system maintenance. We'll be back
> soon! If you have any questions, please contact the Site Administrator
> on the OPAC port, while I get:
> Unable to connect
> on the Intranet port.
> I see that this is not a new problem, so please forgive me if I've missed
> the message that solves it all.
> RTFM is an acceptable answer (just point me to some links, please :D )
> Best regards,
> Koha mailing list http://koha-community.org
> Koha at lists.katipo.co.nz
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