Waiting for some exciting news, Alfresco Audit Analysis and Reporting moves on Github. 😉
In a past tutorial (one of the most accessed post of the blog) I shared a step by step tutorial describing the installation of Alfresco using an more controlled and “enterprise” approach respect to the bundle. The tutorial referrers to Alfresco Community Edition 4.2.c on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS and few days ago has been released the brand new Ubuntu 14.04 LTS Operating System.
Installing Alfresco as usual, I have found the FFmpeg is not included in the Ubuntu repositories and it has been replaced by libav (an ffmpeg fork of the project). For further details, you can read something here:
Waiting for an official answer from Alfresco, I found how to solve the problem. In particular, how to install ffmpeg on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS that is mandatory to make Alfresco works.
Other instructions on how to install Alfresco 4.2.f on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS are similar to the tutorial, so I don’t want to repeat them here (probably I’ll refresh the post in the future).
Coming to the solution…
To install ffmpeg on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS you have simply to open a terminal and execute the commands described below.
sudo apt-add-repository ppa:mc3man/trusty-media sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install ffmpeg gstreamer0.10-ffmpeg
I hope this information will help you to install Alfresco with success in your environment. 😉
In the various posts of this personal blog, the development of a custom theme of the Alfresco Share front end, is one of the most relevant and accessed. In a past tutorial, I share a simple way to develop your own theme for the Alfresco v4.2.c distribution.
In this post I would like to reach them same goal, but with an important improvement: the release of the theme in an AMP file or a ZIP file. All using an automatic solution based on a Java project managed by Eclipse IDE and Apache ANT.
Thanking the contribution of some of you, a new minor release of the Pentaho Data Integration plugin has been published.
The change log page describes some more details but the most important feature is about the improved performance for massive extractions (expecially during iterations). Some relevant bugfixes have been released hoping to solve the most important user problems.
I would like to inform about the migration of the repository of the project from the defunct Google Code, to sourceforge.
Last but not least, soon the new version of the plugin will be included in the AAAR to share the benefits.
During the next hours the new version will be available in the Pentaho marketplace… stay tuned!