[Duraspace] [Dspace-tech] Setup New Dspace Server
Lewatle.Phaladi at wits.ac.za
Tue Oct 19 09:48:08 SAST 2010
Thank you for your reply and yes I don’t have specific software's that I want to run on 10.10, is just that because it is the latest version I just thought I have to be up to date with my software's, but I will use 10.04 LTS version as from the advice that you gave.
From: Panyarak Ngamsritragul [mailto:panya at me.psu.ac.th]
Sent: 19 October 2010 09:36 AM
To: DSpace-tech at lists.sourceforge.net
Cc: duraspace at lists.lib.sun.ac.za
Subject: Re: [Dspace-tech] Setup New Dspace Server
We have tried DSpace with both Ubuntu 9.10 and 10.04. Both of them are fine for DSpace and there is no difference in setting, as far as I can recall.
I would recommand Ubuntu 10.04 rather than 10.10 as 10.04 is a Long Term Support version, while 10.10 will be supported for only 2 years (maybe longer for Ubuntu server) unless you have some specific applications which need 10.10.
Prince of Songkla University.
On Tue, 19 Oct 2010, Lewatle Phaladi wrote:
> Hi All
> I want to setup new Dspace Server for long term use, I will be using
> ubuntu server and I want to know what version of ubuntu can one
> advice me to install in order to run my Dspace application, can I use ubuntu 10.04 LTS – Long-term support or ubuntu 10.10 Latest version.
> Lewatle Johannes Phaladi
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