Thanks for the feedback and offering to send the 120GB SSD Don. I think I should be able to manage fixing everything without it but I appreciate the offer. It sounds like you’re doing a lot of good work in Haiti and I’m happy to help in any way I can. I think your plan of upgrading to a Rachel-Plus system will be the best route for 30 users and the raspberry pi servers are a great starting point to get people introduced to rachel.
I was able to download the hi-kolibri-channel-khan-academy yesterday to start testing what was wrong. It looks like Kolibri completely replaces the ka-lite server so the rachel image should be updated to include it instead. I managed to install Kolibri and get it running but the rachel-index.php of the Hindi module is empty so I can’t tell if the module’s links work inside of the rachel interface. I think the others should be okay if they’re not empty. The Kolibri server works but it seems some files to make it start automatically are not installed during the installation process so I am making sure everything is correct and then I’ll write a quick script to fix your image and upload a new image when it’s working.
If you would like to test installing Kolibri in the meantime this is the process I used.
- “sudo apt-get install sqlite3”
- “sudo pip install kolibri --pre --no-cache-dir”
- “sudo kolibri start” ( this may take a minute. It acts like a setup command )
- “sudo kolibri stop” ( make sure to do this after the start command is finished )
- “cd /var/www/modules/fr-kolibri-channel-khan-academy”
- “sudo sh finish_install.sh” ( this will error trying to start the service at the end but it should be okay )
- “sudo kolibri start”
It should work after this but it may need a reboot. The installation doesn’t set up to start the kolibri service automatically so you will have to type “sudo kolibri start” when your pi starts up for kolibri to run until I can make sure my fixes for that are correct. Kolibri should then be at http://10.10.10.10:8080 and will have a setup process when you first log in.
I am not sure if ka-lite being on the pi will conflict with kolibri, but to be sure you can use the command “sudo pip uninstall ka-lite-static” and if it remains after that “sudo kalite stop” to stop the service.
I have downloaded fr-wikivoyage and fr-wikiversity and will begin looking at those when I have Kolibri fixed. Thank you again for the feedback. It’s very helpful.