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Old 12-16-2008, 07:51 PM   #1
movestuff
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How can I find which Linux distros have specific Apps. Movestuff, LinuxNewbie


Hi All. This is my 1st Q post... likely simple stupid Qs, but whatever.


I'd like to use a Debian system. but try as I may can't get past the installer.
Soo I found ubuntu/kubuntu is deb based, but want typo3 & the lampp server,db package.
I want to get an outo'the box distro which includes Typo3 and all the lampxx (?) apps for CMS net programming to load to net.


All replies welcome
Thx movestuff
 
Old 12-16-2008, 08:48 PM   #2
joshuas3521
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I don't know if Ubuntu keeps a public list of default packages, but I compiled a list of the packages on my Ubuntu 8.04 Server Edition (minus the ones I installed myself of course):

Code:
adduser						install
apparmor					install
apparmor-utils					install
apt						install
apt-utils					install
aptitude					install
at						install
base-files					install
base-passwd					install
bash						install
bash-completion					install
belocs-locales-bin				install
bind9-host					install
bsdmainutils					install
bsdutils					install
busybox-initramfs				install
bzip2						install
command-not-found				install
command-not-found-data				install
console-setup					install
console-terminus				install
console-tools					install
coreutils					install
cpio						install
cpp						install
cpp-4.2						install
cron						install
dash						install
debconf						install
debconf-i18n					install
debianutils					install
dhcp3-client					install
dhcp3-common					install
diff						install
dmidecode					install
dnsutils					install
dosfstools					install
dpkg						install
e2fslibs					install
e2fsprogs					install
ed						install
eject						install
ethtool						install
fdutils						install
file						install
findutils					install
friendly-recovery				install
ftp						install
fuse-utils					install
gcc-4.2-base					install
gettext-base					install
gnupg						install
gpgv						install
grep						install
groff-base					install
grub						install
gzip						install
hdparm						install
hostname					install
ifupdown					install
info						install
initramfs-tools					install
initscripts					install
inputattach					install
installation-report				install
iproute						install
iptables					install
iputils-arping					install
iputils-ping					install
iputils-tracepath				install
java-common					install
klibc-utils					install
klogd						install
laptop-detect					install
less						install
libacl1						install
libapr1						install
libaprutil1					install
libatm1						install
libattr1					install
libbind9-30					install
libblkid1					install
libbz2-1.0					install
libc6						install
libc6-i686					install
libcap1						install
libck-connector0				install
libcomerr2					install
libconsole					install
libcurl3-gnutls					install
libcwidget3					install
libdb4.6					install
libdbd-mysql-perl				install
libdbi-perl					install
libdbus-1-3					install
libdevmapper1.02.1				install
libdns32					install
libedit2					install
libelfg0					install
libexpat1					install
libfribidi0					install
libfuse2					install
libgc1c2					install
libgcc1						install
libgcrypt11					install
libgdbm3					install
libgnutls13					install
libgpg-error0					install
libgpmg1					install
libhtml-parser-perl				install
libhtml-tagset-perl				install
libhtml-tree-perl				install
libidn11					install
libisc32					install
libisccc30					install
libisccfg30					install
libiw29						install
libkeyutils1					install
libklibc					install
libkrb53					install
libldap-2.4-2					install
liblocale-gettext-perl				install
libltdl3					install
liblwres30					install
liblzo2-2					install
libmagic1					install
libmysqlclient15off				install
libncurses5					install
libncursesw5					install
libnet-daemon-perl				install
libnewt0.52					install
libntfs-3g23					install
libopencdk10					install
libpam-modules					install
libpam-runtime					install
libpam0g					install
libparted1.7-1					install
libpcap0.8					install
libpcre3					install
libplrpc-perl					install
libpopt0					install
libpq5						install
libreadline5					install
librpc-xml-perl					install
libsasl2-2					install
libsasl2-modules				install
libselinux1					install
libsepol1					install
libsigc++-2.0-0c2a				install
libslang2					install
libsqlite3-0					install
libss2						install
libssl0.9.8					install
libstdc++6					install
libsysfs2					install
libtasn1-3					install
libterm-readkey-perl				install
libtext-charwidth-perl				install
libtext-iconv-perl				install
libtext-wrapi18n-perl				install
liburi-perl					install
libusb-0.1-4					install
libuuid1					install
libvolume-id0					install
libwrap0					install
libwww-perl					install
libx11-6					install
libx11-data					install
libxau6						install
libxcb-xlib0					install
libxcb1						install
libxdmcp6					install
libxml-parser-perl				install
libxml2						install
linux-image-2.6.24-19-server			install
linux-image-server				install
linux-server					install
linux-ubuntu-modules-2.6.24-19-server		install
locales						install
login						install
logrotate					install
lsb-base					install
lsb-release					install
lshw						install
lsof						install
ltrace						install
lzma						install
makedev						install
man-db						install
manpages					install
mawk						install
memtest86+					install
mii-diag					install
mime-support					install
mktemp						install
mlocate						install
module-init-tools				install
mount						install
mtr-tiny					install
nano						install
ncurses-base					install
ncurses-bin					install
net-tools					install
netbase						install
netcat						install
netcat-traditional				install
ntfs-3g						install
ntpdate						install
odbcinst1debian1				install
openssh-blacklist				install
openssh-client					install
parted						install
passwd						install
pciutils					install
pcmciautils					install
perl						install
perl-base					install
perl-modules					install
popularity-contest				install
ppp						install
pppconfig					install
pppoeconf					install
procps						install
psmisc						install
python						install
python-apt					install
python-central					install
python-gdbm					install
python-gnupginterface				install
python-minimal					install
python-support					install
python2.5					install
python2.5-minimal				install
readline-common					install
reiserfsprogs					install
rsync						install
sed						install
startup-tasks					install
strace						install
sudo						install
sun-java6-bin					install
sun-java6-jdk					install
sun-java6-jre					install
sysklogd					install
system-services					install
sysv-rc						install
sysvutils					install
tar						install
tasksel						install
tasksel-data					install
tcpd						install
tcpdump						install
telnet						install
time						install
tzdata						install
ubuntu-keyring					install
ubuntu-minimal					install
ubuntu-standard					install
ucf						install
udev						install
ufw						install
unixodbc					install
update-inetd					install
update-manager-core				install
upstart						install
upstart-compat-sysv				install
upstart-logd					install
usbutils					install
util-linux					install
util-linux-locales				install
uuid-runtime					install
vim-common					install
vim-tiny					install
w3m						install
wget						install
whiptail					install
wireless-tools					install
wpasupplicant					install
x11-common					install
xkb-data					install
zlib1g						install
If the packages that you need are not included, you can install them very easily using the Debian-esque package manager.

Last edited by joshuas3521; 12-16-2008 at 08:55 PM.
 
Old 12-16-2008, 09:20 PM   #3
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This:

is probably more revealing by what distros are not represented. Either the package is extremely easy to compile or there is probably a good reason why the two biggest enterprise distros (RH&Suse) are not represented. While I do not know typo3 I would suspect that the later is more likely.
 
Old 12-16-2008, 09:22 PM   #4
AwesomeMachine
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MoveStuff, Welcome to LQ.

It doesn't matter whether or not a package comes with a distro, because you can always install from source
Code:
package-name.tar.gz
You need to have the
Code:
lsb
, linux standard base package installed. Then you can install from source. If you use Debian, which has 26,000 available packages, you'll have what you need. You would use
Code:
synaptic
as your package manager, and use the search button.
Code:
synaptic
will automatically install any dependencies for you.
 
Old 12-17-2008, 07:48 AM   #5
farslayer
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That package is in Debian. Did you try using Debians graphical installer ? it might appear a bit easier for you. boot your Debian installer CD/DVD and at the boot prompt type installgui
Code:
boot: installgui
then press <ENTER>, Debians installer should launch with a GUI instead of text based. http://wiki.debian.org/DebianInstaller/GUI


http://packages.debian.org/etch/typo3
Code:
user@it-etch:~$ aptitude search typo3
p   typo3                          - Powerful content management framework (Meta package)                        
p   typo3-dummy                    - Empty TYPO3 site package for starting a new site from scratch               
v   typo3-src                      -                                                             
p   typo3-src-4.2                  - Powerful content management framework (Core)                                


user@it-etch:~$ apt-cache policy typo3
typo3:
  Installed: (none)
  Candidate: 4.2.3-1
  Version table:
     4.2.3-1 0
        500 http://ftp.uwsg.indiana.edu lenny/main Packages
Not sure what you mean by lampxx

to setup a lamp server in Debian I just do this (su - to root first)..

aptitude update
aptitude install apache2 apache2-mpm-worker apache2-utils libapache2-mod-php5 php5 php5-mysql mysql-server-5.0 mysql-client-5.0

once that install is completed, I should have a working LAMP server. (hasn't failed me yet)

Last edited by farslayer; 12-17-2008 at 07:50 AM.
 
Old 12-17-2008, 08:07 AM   #6
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Quote:
Originally Posted by movestuff View Post
I'd like to use a Debian system. but try as I may can't get past the installer.
I hope you have not been stuck here for over a year!!...

If you tell us what issue you have with the Debian installer, I'm sure someone can help.

For a listing of what is included with various distros, you can look at Distrowatch, and usually the home page for the distro.
 
  


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