[Koha] Ubuntu vs. Debian

Fridolin SOMERS fridolin.somers at biblibre.com
Wed Apr 20 19:29:53 NZST 2022


Ubuntu release cycle is different from Debian somehow.

I advice you to look at LTS versions of Ubuntu.
Koha supports 18.04, 20.04 and will likely support 22.04.
Those versions are safe for many years, and it is easy to jump from a 
LTS to another.

Best regards

Le 19/04/2022 à 09:04, C.S. Hayward 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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Fridolin SOMERS <fridolin.somers at biblibre.com>
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