[K12OSN] K12LTSP V(?) for updated MOODLE apps

Timothy Hart timothy.hart at gmail.com
Tue Jul 11 12:56:32 UTC 2006

Would you really want to run Moodle on your LTSP box anyways? Depending on
how you are setup I guess. I have always just put it on a separate box that
people could get to from outside the network.


On 7/10/06, Dan Young <dyoung at mesd.k12.or.us> wrote:
> Alan Hodson wrote:
> > We expect a robust demand for Moodle in the servers running K12LTSP. My
> > question is, what is the process for requesting/suggesting upgrades to
> > 'yum' for the latest Moodle, php and MySQL, so that say v.4.4.2 (or
> > newer) run the latest apps needed? As far as I can tell my 'yum updates'
> > are a couple of versions behind in these apps.
> v4.4.2 will have roughly the versions of PHP and MySQL that were current
> when Fedora Core 4 shipped. The newest version of Moodle, 1.6, requires
> a newer version of PHP. I'd guess that MySQL/PHP unlikely to be upgraded
> beyond the current version given in impending legacy status of FC4 (in a
> little over a week).
> FC5 (and thus K12LTSP v5) has up-to-date versions of MySQL and PHP:
> [dyoung at ltsp ~]$ yum list mysql-server php
> ...snip....
> Installed Packages
> mysql-server.i386                    5.0.22-1.FC5.1         installed
> php.i386                             5.1.4-1                installed
> These fulfill the requirements for Moodle v1.6.
> Moodle 1.5.3 is in extras; if you're waiting for 1.6, you could ask on
> the Fedora-extras mailing list if you're using the Fedora package. When
> I maintained a Moodle server there wasn't yet a package in Extras, but
> it was easy to install/upgrade by hand. Just follow the docs:
> http://docs.moodle.org/en/Upgrading
> --
> Dan Young <dyoung at mesd.k12.or.us>
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