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#1
Hi, i would like to know which distro do you recommend the most to install pandora

I've tried Ubuntu 6.06 and 7.04 (the server version) but i'm having a lot of problems to install the modules with cpan.

Has anybody been succesful to install pandora 1.3 with a distro out of the box with just following the instructions and without tweaking scripts and all that stuff.

Thanks a lot BTW is 1.4 coming Smile i saw it in the svn
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#2
After fighting with several distros... OpenSuse, Ubuntu (6.06-7.04), Fedora.

I found that debian 4.0 worked perfect... it took a little bit of work, about 2 hours reading and downloading but it worked ok.

I did a network install, and only picked the basic options, and added web server and database.

After 2 hours i got it working right.

If u have any question about the process feel free to contact me.
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#3
Congratulations, you did it!

Although, it's strange cause in Ubuntu, both 6,06 and 7,04 everything needed by pandora is in the apt-get repositories, no cpan modules needed at all.
Anyways, glad you have it running.

If you have any question regarding anything related with pandora, you already know where we are :-)

Cheers!
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#4
Well i think the main problem was that i was trying to get all the perl modules using cpan, and it showed a lot of warnings and errors, then i found that apt had the modules, so i used the beautiful aptitude manager to get all the required modules, i was going to try to install it in ubuntu, but i said "hey ubuntu is based on debian, lets stay on debian".

I think debian is smaller and it works ok, i did it all in vmware server, now im going to try to migrate to a real machine. to see the real performance.

This 1.3 release is really awesome, more features, more pretty.

Keep up the good work guys. Buen trabajo.
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#5
Quote:Well i think the main problem was that i was trying to get all the perl modules using cpan, and it showed a lot of warnings and errors, then i found that apt had the modules, so i used the beautiful aptitude manager to get all the required modules, i was going to try to install it in ubuntu, but i said "hey ubuntu is based on debian, lets stay on debian".

I think debian is smaller and it works ok, i did it all in vmware server, now im going to try to migrate to a real machine. to see the real performance.

This 1.3 release is really awesome, more features, more pretty.

Keep up the good work guys. Buen trabajo.

Thanks !

You're too fast Smile, I'm writing a "quick install guide" for 1.3 server, with all necessary apt-get commands. Also working on a graphical migration tool
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