[Deploying Sakai] Most hassle-free Linux distribution for 2.7.x?
warwickchapman at gmail.com
Sun Aug 15 01:51:12 PDT 2010
Ok, great that you found my blog but I was referring to my post to this list
a few days ago called "My Notes for Installing Sakai 2.7.0 on Debian".
-- Warwick Bruce Chapman | +27 83 7797 094 | http://warwickchapman.com
On Sun, Aug 15, 2010 at 10:26 AM, Harish Narayanan
<harish.mlists at gmail.com>wrote:
> On 8/15/10 12:31 PM, Warwick Chapman wrote:
> > Harish
> > Please see my post of a few days ago detailing the deployment of Sakai
> > 2.7 on Debian Lenny 5.0.
> > I think whether Debian or CentOS, you will have chosen a stable, tested
> > server OS and the difference really boils down to rpms ve db preferences
> > and the like.
> > I must, however, echo the sentiments of those who mentioned using Tomcat
> > and Maven as supplied by Apache instead of packaged versions. One point
> > to note is that with each new deployment of Sakai (ie. when you build a
> > new version or adjust your build) deploy using a fresh copy of Tomcat
> > and copy any customisations (themes, html files, images) as part of the
> > deployment process.
> Thank you, Warwick. I will do so. I am taking a look at your Sakai
> compile script you provided along with your post and it appears really
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