Wednesday, June 06, 2007

Linux ILS

Any suggestions for a Linux based ILS? I know of Koha and Evergreen. Are there any commercial products? We are looking for something inexpensive. We may have some funds next fiscal year.

5 comments:

Cleggy said...

Atriuum from Book Systems will run on Linux with Apache.

ranginui said...

PSST, I think you mean proprietary not commercial. Koha is Open Source, theres nothing inherently non-commercial about that, you can buy as much support as you want. (The difference is you get that option).

Anonymous said...

Just came accross this software: Notix: bib records in XML, based on Exist, Cocoon and SDX, distributed under GPL. Unfortunately in french. http://admisource.gouv.fr/projects/notix/

Andris said...

You might give some funds to Evergreen's creator libraries, and get support for that.

Anonymous said...

You can run Sirsi Unicorn on Linux. And for the privilege of using an open-source OS, they only make you purchase an embedded Oracle license for around $30,000.