Welcome to DSpace, Koha and Drupal LiveDVD:
Dr. Sunita Barve
National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, India
DRTC,Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore, India
This release of LibLiveDVD is configured using Lubuntu 14.04.1 (LTS)-32bit, DSpace 4.2, Koha 3.18 and Drupal 7.34
DSpace jspui Interface (http://localhost/jspui)
DSpace xmlui Interface (http://localhost/xmlui)
Dspace Admin login: library@localhost ; Password: library
DSpace OAI BaseURL: http://localhost/oai/request
If you cannot see any records, identifiers in DSpace OAI-PMH (http://localhost/oai/request) try to import records manually instead of waiting for cron to complete by running command ( $DSPACE/bin/dspace oai import -c) then also remove all lines in /home/dspace/var/oai/requests, restart tomcat and then you will be able to see recods, identifiers etc.
Koha admin (http://localhost/kohaadmin)
Koha Opac (http://localhost/opac)
Koha admin Login: koha_library ; Koha admin password: library
NOTE: Koha OPAC shows blank results or even error message, if you have not configured koha using kohaadmin. Here too, you do not have to use port numbers.
Koha OAI BaseURL: http://localhost:8000/cgi-bin/koha/oai.pl/
NOTE: OAI works only after you have configured koha and
have enabled OAI-PMH
Drupal Database Name: drupal7 ; Drupal username: drupal ; Drupal database Password : library
With this liveDVD, drupal web installation is already completed. You
can directly login to drupal with login name as : drupal and password
as : library
For installing any module in drupal if through web, if for some reason if tar.gz does not work one can try installing zip files instead of tar.gz files and then run install. Drupal modules can also be installed through command line using 'drush' command such as root@localhost:/var/www/drupal#drush en pathauto
You may try: Login: library ; password: library, provided you have added 'library' as a user while installing liblivedvd on your server.
NOTE: This mail client uses exim4 mail server and gets mail through 'Courier' IMAP server. Courier can facilitate accessing your mail using any of the mail client like evolution, thunderbird, outlook express etc. If your organization has firewall, read Further Configuration and talk to your network administrator.
a) Right click on keyboard icon on the right hand side bottom
b) Choose "Preferences" --> "Keyboard Input Methods" --> "Input Method" --> "Customize active input method" --> "Select an input method" --> "Show all input methods"
c) The pull down menu closes. Again when you click "Select an input method", you will see lots of languages
d) Choose a language of your choice. In case of Indian language, when you take the across bar, choose "itrans (m17n)"
e) Then click on "+Add" button
f) Repeat steps (c) to (e) for all the language of your choice and close the pop up.
g) Now when you click on "keyboard Icon" on the tray you will see the language you have chosen. Chose any and input in that language in any application or in DSpace or Koha or Drupal.
password for dspace in postgresql: library
password for koha in mysql library: library
Login for mysql admin user: root ; Password: library
Login for drupal database, user : database;drupal7, user:drupal, password:library
Once the LiveDVD is installed on to your hard disk, you may further modify the configuration.
Depending on whether you wish to use the newly installed system on LAN or Internet, modify the following files.
1) Press Alt+F2 and enter: sudo gedit /etc/hosts: Enter the IP Address and Fully Qualified Domain Name
2) Press Alt+F2 and enter: sudo gedit /etc/hostname: Enter the hostname of your system without domain name
3) In System --> Preferences -> Network Connections
Choose DHCP or Enter Static IP Number, subnet mask and gateway information
Alternatively, instead of using Alt+F2, you may open a terminal using the menus: Applications -> Accessories -> Terminal and use sudo commands
In case your organization uses a proxy, you pass on the proxy information in a few places, which is normally the IP address of the Proxy server, port number, username and password.
1. For lubuntu to set up system wide proxy settings, open a terminal and login as root and in /etc/apt folder create a file called as apt.conf and add the following lines for http, ftp proxy, sftp, ssh, socks settings so that your system will take up these proxy settings.
In the following lines replace proxy_server_ip, portnumber, username & password with real username, password, proxy IP server and port details.
2) in /home/dspace/config/dspace.cfg, enter the proxy information in the following parameters http.proxy.host & http.proxy.port Do not forget to restart Tomcat whenever you modify dspace.cfg
3) And of course in your browser settings too add proxy details in Edit -> Preferences-> Advanced -> Network Settings -> Manual Proxy Configuration
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