Information technology plays a key role in modern library environments. We check out Koha, an open source integrated system that can help manage a library’s daily operations.
A small public library serving a population of 30,000 in New Zealand developed and released the worlds first open source library management system in 2000. Horowhenua Library Trust named the system Koha, which is a New Zealand M?ori custom meaning gift or contribution.This is a story of why we developed Koha and ho
After a protracted legal battle, the Horowhenua Library Trust, the birthplace of the open source Koha integrated library system, has succeeded in preventing an American defence contractor from poaching its trademark.
For the last few days i was searching with google for a complete documentation on how to install Koha ( http://www.koha.org/ ) library management software on centos 5 , but most of the documents are about on ubuntu , and got some centos articles , but those are incomplete or for older versions , any body could suggest me a complete guid on koha installation.... fed up with google..... :-(
I am preparing a live cd for Koha Open Source Library managment system.
I installed Ubuntu 12.04 and login name is koha and password is koha123.
My plan is to make live cd with the help of Relinux.
Can Relinux can retain the user name and password I created in final Live CD.
Same like Remastersys bakcup mode. But I dont want to save other files in Live CD.
I created a shared library, libsslab_core.so.1.0.0 using gcc with proper options. I am pretty sure that the shared library works because I already linked it to another source code (I explicitly tells the location of the library using -l option of gcc).
After testing the library works, I tried to integrate the library into my Linux machine.
I have a make file and want to write some information and am doing
@echo " RAYPK_LIBSRC = $(RAYPK_LIBSRC)"
The line of code produces
RAYPK_LIBSRC = ./source/library/raypk/time.f ./source/library/raypk/model.f ./source/library/raypk/tomo.f ./source/library/raypk/plt.f ./source/library/raypk/blkdat.f
I want the information displayed as follows
I have a project I am working on. I use a library that is on GitHub. Normally I have been using this library via Maven. However there are some bugs in the library so I would like to include this library in my repo so I can modify it. I then build the library myself.