Welcome to DSpace, Koha and Drupal LiveDVD:

Dr. Sunita Barve
National Chemical Laboratory, Pune, India
ARD Prasad
DRTC,Indian Statistical Institute, Bangalore, India

This release of LibLiveDVD is configured using Lubuntu 14.04.3 (LTS)-32bit, DSpace 5.4, Koha 3.20 and Drupal 7.41.

DSpace jspui Interface (http://localhost/jspui)
DSpace xmlui Interface (http://localhost/xmlui)
Dspace Admin login: library@localhost
Password: library

DSpace BaseURL: http://localhost/oai/request
DSpace OAI Identify

For ListRecords to work, you have to have some data. As recent versions of DSpace use Solr for OAI, if you wish to see ListRecords, you have to run as dspace user the followig command:
bin/dspace oai import -o
Note: If you are not in a hurry the above command will be run by cronjobs in the night.

DSpace OAI ListRecords

NOTE: As tomcat is integrated with apache you do not have to use port number like 8080. Another advantage is: even if your firewall blocks 8080 port, your DSpace can be accesed through port 80 of apache. LiveDVD can even send mails, if you are running on a machine with Internet IP number and not behind firewalls.

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
Koha OAI BaseURL: http://localhost:8000/cgi-bin/koha/oai.pl
NOTE: OAI works only after you have configured koha using kohaadmin and OAI-PMH enabled

Drupal 7
Configure Drupal
through Web interface

Drupal Database Name: drupal7
Drupal User Name: drupal
Drupal Database Password : library

Run Drupal

NOTE: To install drupal modules from web interface use .zip file extension than .gz file extension for 32bit installation.

Web Mail Client
You may try: Login: library
password: library

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.

Multi-Lingual Input

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 scross 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.

Logins and Passwords for shell,mysql etc.

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

Further Configuraton

Once the LiveDVD is installed on to your hard disk, you may further modify the configuration.

Network 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

Proxy Configuration

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 and the 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 andadd 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 username, password with real username, password and proxy IP server and port details.
Acquire::http::Proxy "http://username:password@proxy_server_ip:proxy_server_portnumber/";
Acquire::https::Proxy "http://username:password@proxy_server_ip:proxy_server_portnumber/";
Acquire::ftp::Proxy "http://username:password@proxy_server_ip:proxy_server_portnumber/";
Acquire::sftp::Proxy "http://username:password@proxy_server_ip:proxy_server_portnumber/";
Acquire::ssh::Proxy "http://username:password@proxy_server_ip:proxy_server_portnumber/";
Acquire::socks::Proxy "http://username:password@proxy_server_ip:proxy_server_portnumber/";

2) in /home/dspace/config/dspace.cfg, enter the proxy informatin 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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