EDIT: I provided a quick update here, and it will be the main entrance of a post series regarding this subject, cheers ! https://roelandtn.frama.io/post/update-for-the-mexico-project/ Hello there ! It has been a long time since my last post. That’s because of a great project I’m working on for my Master degree. Explanations can be messy, we are at an early stage, just collecting data and try to select the most useful ones.
I’m currently working on a small part of a project for my new compagny involving VRT, Geoserver and Tomcat on a CentOS VM. Easy, you should say, not to easy when it is your first time with all those components (except for GeoServer that I tried already). So everything was new to me. Here is my notes on installing it and some configuration tips. Sorry it is in French, but I didn’t had time to translate it yet.
This side project attends to use a docker image for pandoc and LaTex related stuff. TexLive is not very easy to maintain even on Ubuntu. Especially to update, since Texlive freeze every year and Ubuntu LTS versions have some retard (e.g on Ubuntu 16.04, source packages are about TexLive 2015, but TexLive servers provides 2017 packages). Plus, TexLive is really big and take a huge place in the root filesytem. Docker archives can be stored in the home folder (bigger in my current configuration) or in another partition without problems.