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From Fraser Adams <fraser.ad...@blueyonder.co.uk>
Subject Re: Does Cumin work in Windows
Date Sat, 20 Oct 2012 11:05:19 GMT
I couldn't say for sure, but I'm fairly sure that it's written in python 
and I *think* it uses postgesql database which are both open source so 
it could probably be *made* to work in Windows 7


When I played with Cumin (which was ~ 1 year ago) it was fairly clear 
that it was primarily aimed around RedHat/Fedora I'm running Ubuntu and 
I had to do a bit of hacking around of the database initialisation 
scripts to get it to work as it was barfing on path names for 
executables and the like - it was clearly expecting them in their 
default RH locations and Ubuntu is just different enough.

So my guess is that it's unlikely to work out of the box for you and you 
are likely to need to hack around quite a bit.

The UI is web based so that should work - though of course IE has its 
own issues. IE9 is usually OK though.

Your best bet might be to install VirtualBox and fire up a Fedora VM on 
your Win 7 box to host Cumin, I *think* you can configure it to point to 
different brokers.

The UI I'm working on is mainly HTML5 with a Java REST API back end so 
that should work OK for you when I get round to releasing it.

BTW your posts keep getting flagged as Spam by my mail provider, you 
might want to check that you don't have any malware on your box using 
you as a Spambot.


On 19/10/12 20:12, Rajesh Khan wrote:
> Before installing and downloading I wanted to know if Cumin would function
> in Windows7 ?

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