[Koha] Ubuntu vs. Debian

Alvaro Cornejo cornejo.alvaro at gmail.com
Wed Apr 20 07:17:47 NZST 2022


Ubuntu is a distribution based on Debian.

You might think of Ubuntu as Debian with "makeup"

Actually Koha might run in almost any Debian based distribution depending
if dependencies are available for it.


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Le mar. 19 avr. 2022 à 14:04, C.S. Hayward <c.s.hayward at protonmail.com> a
écrit :

> Big picture questions for me:
> What, beyond the immediate differences between what Debian and Ubuntu are
> known for, are the differences as regards getting a working Koha
> installation?
> Is it just that Koha made for Debian but Ubuntu is close enough that it
> works on Ubuntu too?
> Or does some other relationship hold as well?
> I haven’t seen discussion of Koha under Linux Mint. Is that because Mint
> is different enough not to be compatible, or just because Mint is not as
> known for servers?
> Thanks,
> Br. C.S. Hayward, https://cshayward.com.
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