Ashraf Sharif | 1 Dec 12:21 2004
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Intranet on network

Hi

I am in testing phase of Koha 2.0. I have installed it successfully on Window platform. I am accessing its OPAC on LAN but INTRANET is not accessible on any computer other than server. Can anybody guide me how it can be available at some other machines.

Thanks.

Ashraf Sharif

Etiévant Hugo | 1 Dec 15:48 2004
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error 403 after inlling koha

On RedHat9, Apache/2.0.40 Server, 

i have installed koha-2.0.2
an i used the installer.pl and i have changed the specified files
httpd.conf and koha.conf but i have a 403 error document when i try to
access to koha home page

URL tested with Mozilla : http://my.ip.here:8080/[index.html]

i have this message : 

"Forbidden
You don't have permission to access /index.html on this server.

Additionally, a 403 Forbidden error was encountered while trying to
use an ErrorDocument to handle the request."

i checked : apache process have all rights (read/write) on
opac/cgi-bin/ files and some others

where is the problème ?
who resolve it ? please

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Olugbenga Adara | 1 Dec 17:12 2004
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Using lccn in koha 2.2.0 rc2

Hello all,

thanks to everyone who has worked to make koha
available. 

1. one of the features i have been waiting for is to
use lccn in koha rather than dewey. however i have set
up 2.2.0 rc2 but i do not know any setting to be made
to use lccn or any other type of call number. could
any on explain how or give me pointers?

2. also the library i am installing for (Hezekiah
Oluwasanmi Library, Ile-Ife Nigeria - over 400,000
biblios) has lccn in 050 (the original loc call
number) and their own variation in 090. sometimes it
matches for each record and sometimes not. but i
notice 090 is being used by koha internally. can i
change this to something else without breaking koha?

the library will want 090 displayed in opac seach as
call number but still retain 050

3. where is the place to specify the physical location
of items.

thanks

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Jose | 1 Dec 20:19 2004
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Translation instrutions

Hi everybody, greetings  to all.
 
I'm very interested in test 2.2 version of Koha, we are about to migrate to Linux fedora core II and after that install Koha
I'm also interested in a new Spanish translation for this ver.
I'd like to now how proceed to make a new translation I've red of a script to do that . If someone please could give me a few pointers...  Thanks to all    bye...
 
Cheers
 
Jose Luis Diaz
V Region
Chile
Indranil Das Gupta | 1 Dec 21:00 2004

Re: Translation instrutions

Hi Jose,

On Wed, 2004-12-01 at 16:19 -0300, Jose wrote:
[...]
> I'd like to now how proceed to make a new translation I've red of a
> script to do that . If someone please could give me a few
> pointers...  

I'm still on Koha 2.1.3, assuming that nothing has changed for 2.2RC
release as far as translating Koha goes you would need to:

1. Look under your <koha_intranet_install_path>/scripts/misc/translator
directory for the script called tmpl_process3.pl

2. Run it from the command-line (you may need to set the PERL5LIB env
variable first) using the detailed instructions & examples provided in
the the file translator_doc.txt present in the same directory.

NOTE: the above documentation talks about the older tmpl_process.pl, do
not use that script, just simply follow the instructions given using the
tmpl_process3.pl instead in its (tmpl_process.pl) place.

hth,
-indra.
>  
> Jose Luis Diaz
> V Region 
> Chile

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Marco Vaninetti | 2 Dec 01:09 2004
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z3950 and marc_breeding

Ciao,
I want to use koha for an italian school but I'm encountering some problems:
I have installed Koha 2.2RC2 upgraded to 2.2RC3, on a debian sarge
when I try to use z3950 to download a marc record from Italian z3950 servers I 
can find some records but the isbn, title and author fields appear void in 
the popup window.
Looking in the z3950queue table I can see that there are some records, but the 
isbn field is void, the title and author fields contain the NULL value.
I also had to add the line:

my $context = new C4::Context;

to get the script processz3950queue not aborting at the start, 
(same problem of Harry Jacson and the virtual hosts configuration with 
PERL5LIB and KOHA_CONF pointing to the right files)

some lines of the log file:

SBS UNIVERSITA DI SIENA : sbs2.unisi.it:9909 records retrieved 4 speed: 4
sbs2.unisi.it:9909 search done.
DBD::mysql::st execute warning: at 
/usr/local/koha/intranet/scripts/z3950daemon/processz3950queue line 141.
DBD::mysql:st execute failed: MySQL server has gone away at
/usr/local/koha/intranet/scripts/z3950daemon/processz3950queue line 144.
DBD::mysql:st execute failed: MySQL server has gone away at
/usr/local/koha/intranet/scripts/z3950daemon/processz3950queue line 149.
DBD::mysql::st fetchrow failed: fetch() without execute() at
/usr/local/koha/intranet/scripts/z3950daemon/processz3950queue line 150.

The encoding I use  is UNIMARC, so I'm asking if someone of the french koha 
users can post the parameters of a french z3950 server and a title of a book 
that I can find in it,  just to test my Koha configuration.

Thanks
Marco Vaninetti
Paul POULAIN | 2 Dec 15:01 2004
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Re: about classification and callnumber (for "tungsten")

Rich Baldwin a écrit :

> Paul,
>
> Just the kind of  information I'm looking for.  All of our Dewey 
> numbers are showing up as 0.000000 after a book/item is added to the 
> biblio.  We have obtained Marc21 records from the Library of Congress 
> and are adding them to the breeder table and then building biblio.   
> Are there step by step instructions for adding an itemcallnumber.  I 
> won't be able to test this until later and I want to make sure I get 
> it right the first time.  FYI  We are running version 2.0.1.
>
> Many thanks, Rich

mmm... this information is only for 2.2.0RCx versions.

having the itemcallnumber calculated by default from the dewey just 
means going to Koha >> parameters >> systempreferences >> itemcallnumber.
Set here the fiels you want to copy to itemcallnumber.

HTH

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Rich Baldwin | 2 Dec 14:38 2004
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Re: about classification and callnumber (for "tungsten")

Paul,

Just the kind of  information I'm looking for.  All of our Dewey numbers 
are showing up as 0.000000 after a book/item is added to the biblio.  We 
have obtained Marc21 records from the Library of Congress and are adding 
them to the breeder table and then building biblio.   Are there step by 
step instructions for adding an itemcallnumber.  I won't be able to test 
this until later and I want to make sure I get it right the first time.  
FYI  We are running version 2.0.1.

Many thanks, Rich

Paul POULAIN wrote:

> Hello all, hi tungsten,
>
> I've read your irc question. Something has to be explained...
>
> Callnumber explains where the item is located physically
> Classification helps finding books on a topic/subject.
>
> In most libraries, the callnumber is a classification (books are 
> ordered by Dewey, or by LC...)
> But in some, the callnumber has nothing to do with the classification.
> So, in Koha, callnumber and classification are different things :
> * the callnumber is attached to ITEMS.
> * the classification is attached to BIBLIO.
>
> a systempref parameters tells Koha to define automatically callnumber 
> from a biblio field :
> itemcallnumber. I realize I've forgotten it in installer... I fix this 
> immediatly.
> You can add it manually in your systempreferences, just add a 
> "itemcallnumber" entry, with a value of FieldSubfield (676a -dewey in 
> UNIMARC-, 680a -Loc in UNIMARC, or any other bibio field/subfield)
>
> NOTE : this works for manually added biblios only.
> For biblios migrated with bulkmarcimport, you must copy the callnumber 
> yourself (in bulkmarcimport.pl)
>
> Is it clear ?
>
Gerry Arthus | 2 Dec 18:13 2004

inconsistent display

I just loaded latest version and some screens are displayed in french is 
this a bug?
Gerry
Gerry Arthus | 2 Dec 18:49 2004

Re: inconsistent display

Paul,
I set to unimarc
do I have to set back to marc 21?

Gerry

 POULAIN wrote:

> Gerry Arthus a écrit :
>
>> I just loaded latest version and some screens are displayed in french 
>> is this a bug?
>> Gerry
>
>
> which ones ? if it's unimarc_plugin_1xx, then no, it's not a bug, it's 
> intended to be french thing only ;-)
> Otherwise, maybe your opaclanguage systemparameter is set to french.
> Or you have choosen french in opac language. Just set english back.
>

Gmane