[Koha] configs for small scale use

Nicole Engard nengard at gmail.com
Sun Jan 31 05:05:05 NZDT 2010


The manual is more a usage manual.  There is the Newbie Guide:
http://www.pakban.net/koha/tut/newbie.html and the wiki
(wiki.koha.org) which includes things like install docs (which are
actually packaged with Koha) and other tips that you might be looking

As for a small library, there are plenty of libraries using Koha just
the way you want to.


On Sat, Jan 30, 2010 at 9:06 AM,  <david at lang.hm> wrote:
> Recently the question of how to manage a large personal library (several
> of us have accumulated a few thousand books) came up on a sysadmin mailing
> list, and koha was mentioned as a possibility. In looking through the
> documentation I am seeing that it is a very powerful package, but I am not
> seeing good examples of how to get started for a small library. It's
> almost like the documentation assumes that you will be hiring a consulting
> team (or someone who has worked with it before) to do the initial setup
> and is mostly reference matrial for them to look up the details of a
> specific option. I am missing a 'getting started from scratch' type
> document.
> Has anyone put togeather a sample config that could be used for a
> single-location library? it would need to track inventory and do
> checkouts, but not budgeting or inter-library loans.
> David Lang
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