[Live-demo] OSGeo Production Server

Cameron Shorter cameron.shorter at gmail.com
Tue Sep 28 13:11:55 PDT 2010

On 29/09/10 06:03, Johan Van de Wauw wrote:
> The only reasonable option is adding more osgeo server packages to
> debian/ubuntu (or another distro if you like), and running a server
> install of those distribution and then choosing packages you are
> interested in.

Johan is right, the best option for projects is to have them move their 
applications into debian/ubuntu. (We can create a metaproject, 
osgeolive, which installs all osgeolive applications).

The downside to this, which is why only some projects use .deb files is 
that we don't have enough people prepared to put in the extra effort 
required to create .deb files.

In particular, creating java and tomcat .deb files has been difficult in 
the past, although I suspect that this has improved over the last few 
ubuntu distributions.

Cameron Shorter
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