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navinstallation [2007/09/27 11:54]
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navinstallation [2011/04/12 09:56]
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-(!) This documentation is way from complete, as installing NAV is not a trivial task.+
  
 ====== Installing NAV on Linux ====== ====== Installing NAV on Linux ======
 NAV is primarily aimed at Linux users, although most *NIXes should do. NAV is primarily aimed at Linux users, although most *NIXes should do.
 Successful installations of NAV have taken place on the following Linux distributions:​ Successful installations of NAV have taken place on the following Linux distributions:​
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 ===== Debian ===== ===== Debian =====
-Uninett has made great progress in creating ​a packaged version of NAV for Debian. +   * UNINETT ​ maintains ​a packaged version of NAV for Debian. More information can be found on [[http://​pkg-nav.alioth.debian.org/​|this page]]. 
-More information ​about this activity ​can be found on [[http://​pkg-nav.alioth.debian.org/​|this page]].+   * If you prefer installing from source on Debian, [[installing_from_source_on_debian|follow this cookbook]] 
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 +===== CentOS 5 ===== 
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 +Installation of NAV on CentOS 5 is [[InstallingOnCentOS5|documented well in a step-by-step fashion]]. 
  
  
 ===== Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 and CentOS 4 ===== ===== Red Hat Enterprise Linux 4 and CentOS 4 =====
  
-Installation of NAV on RHEL4 and CentOS 4 is documented in a step-by-step fashion+Installation of NAV on RHEL4 and CentOS 4 is [[InstallingOnRHEL4|documented ​well in a step-by-step fashion]].
-Look at [[InstallingOnRHEL4]] to find out how this was done.+
  
-===== SuSE Linux Enterprise Server ===== + 
-The current [[NTNU]] installation of NAV is up and running on SLES 9.+ 
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 +===== SuSE Linux Enterprise Server ​(SLES) ​===== 
 +The current [[http://​www.ntnu.no|NTNU]] installation of NAV is up and running on SLES 9.
 [[InstallingOnSLES]] gives a short description of how to do it. [[InstallingOnSLES]] gives a short description of how to do it.
  
-===== RedHat ===== + 
-[[http://​metanav.ntnu.no/​downloads/​v3/​preinstall_apache2.txt|This text document]] is + 
-a log of how the prerequisites of NAV 3 were installed on a Redhat Linux 9 server at [[NTNU]] ​ (!) This install log has become rather outdated. ​ It's best to use either the SLES or RHEL4 guides instead.+ 
  
 ====== Installing NAV on other UNIX-like OSes ====== ====== Installing NAV on other UNIX-like OSes ======
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 ===== FreeBSD ===== ===== FreeBSD =====
  
-Work done in the fall of 2004 at the University of Tromsø has given results. NAV can now be found in +Work done in the fall of 2004 at the University of Tromsø ​(UiT) has given results. ​UiT has continued to run NAV on 
-FreeBSD ​ports, [[http://​www.freebsd.org/​cgi/​cvsweb.cgi/​ports/​net-mgmt/​nav/​|take a look]]. +FreeBSD ​and will in due time submit installation notes for their NAV 3.8.x install.
  
navinstallation.txt · Last modified: 2011/04/12 09:56 by morten