[Koha] Problem with migration from KOHA 3.20 to 16.11.11
jonathan.druart at bugs.koha-community.org
Sat Sep 16 01:31:33 NZST 2017
I am sure you understood what I meant: the Koha debian packages are based
on Jessie (and so Ubuntu 16.04).
We had problems with Apache versions (2.4) and other Perl libs that were
not packaged/packagable easily for Wheezy.
Debian packages are generated by only 1 guy (Mirko) and developers are
(almost) all working on the same system. Same for the CI, we only run tests
on Ubuntu 16.04 and Jessie. If someone need Wheezy support (or any other
linux distro support), they can contact us and propose their help.
>From the wiki page:
As of November 2016, the Debian packages for Koha are based on Jessie
(Debian 8). Xenial (Ubuntu 16.04 LTS) is based on Jessie.
That means Ubuntu 14.04 LTS is no longer supported.
On Thu, 14 Sep 2017 at 20:38 Paul A <paul.a at navalmarinearchive.com> wrote:
> On 2017-09-14 09:51 AM, someone wrote:
> > Note that Ubuntu 14.04 is not longer supported.
> Please note that Ubuntu 14.04 LTS is supported until April 2019 --
> <https://www.ubuntu.com/info/release-end-of-life>. Koha tends to be very
> pro-active with enhancements (a potentially marvelous thing) but
> possibly might leave stable operating systems in the dust.
> Tired old sys-admin
> [just celebrated 78 years of life, 62 years of FORTRAN, and 58 years of
> [now ducking the inevitable flames]
> [ ;=} ]
> [still running Koha 3.8.24 on 14.04LTS as a reference, non-lending,
> library at very respectable speeds on copper wire]
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