[Koha] Koha install with other LAMP open-source applications
joskon at gmail.com
Tue Sep 25 03:37:45 NZST 2007
Yep, you're all right. I realized that when I installed to just put the
listeners on other ports (I used 8005 and 8006 [instead of the default 80
and 8080]) and then modified the koha-http.conf for those 8005 and 8006
ports, then Include the koha-httpd.conf in the httpd.conf file as
instructed, and everything worked perfectly.
Thanks for the responses.
MJ Ray-2 wrote:
> joskon <joskon at gmail.com> wrote:
>> [....] (Moodle, Alfresco, phpBB, etc). Is it
>> safe to install Koha on this box without it "taking over" the box? If so,
>> what do I need to do in order to have Koha be accessible without taking
>> box over? Is it a simple configuration step in the http.conf file?
> I think the other applications you mention are PHP, while Koha is
> Perl, so even any Perl module installations/upgrades/changes needed
> shouldn't disturb those.
> As long as you are currently using Apache VirtualHosts, have a spare
> hostname or some spare ports available, and can make koha its own
> mysql database, I think it should be fine. Koha's installer writes a
> koha-httpd.conf that you Include into your main conf file. It is set
> for running on its own VirtualHost, though.
> Hope that helps,
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