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Installing KOHA on Ubuntu 14.04



Update List
sudo apt-get update 

Install Apache 2 
sudo apt-get install apache2
sudo a2enmod rewrite
sudo a2enmod cgi

sudo a2enmod deflate
sudo service apache2 restart

Install MYSQL 
sudo apt-get install mysql-server
sudo mysql_install_db
sudo mysql_secure_installation

Add KOHA repository
sudo nano /etc/apt/sources.list.d/koha.list

type then save
deb http://debian.koha-community.org/koha oldstable main

Download KOHA Apt-key
wget http://debian.koha-community.org/koha/gpg.asc

Install Key
sudo apt-key add gpg.asc

Update List
sudo apt-get update 

Install KOHA
sudo apt-get install koha-common 

If error found:
Errors were encountered while processing: libapache2-mpm-itk apache2-mpm-itk koha-commonE: Sub-process /usr/bin/dpkg returned an error code (1)

Apply this command:
sudo a2dismod mpm_event
sudo a2enmod mpm_prefork
sudo service apache2 restart

sudo apt-get install -f

Configure KOHA
sudo nano /etc/koha/koha-sites.conf
DOMAIN=".domain.name"
INTRAPORT="8080"

Create KOHA Instance
sudo koha-create --create-db library

Get KOHA Admin Password
sudo nano /etc/koha/sites/koha-conf.xml
Find <user>koha_library</user>

Setup KOHA
http://library-intra.domain.name

Add Port 8080 to Apache
sudo nano /etc/apache2/ports.conf
Add "Listen 8080"
sudo service apache2 restart




Finale:
sudo a2dissite 000-default
sudo service apache2 restart






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