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Hi,

I've got a question (which has possibly been beaten to death: sorry if
it is so)

Is there any effort underway to get a recent-ish Solr (say >= 3.4)
packaged for Debian?

Looking at packages.debian.org all I see is Solr 1.4.1, which is
somewhat ancient.

Background: at $WORK someone wants to set up a Solr instance. I'd much
prefer Debian as operating system, and in case there is, a packaged
Solr.

I'm quite aware that packaging Java for Debian isn't for the faint of
heart, so please don't take this as some strange form of "hidden
criticism".

Should I go the way of installing myself from JARs or whatever: are
there any recommendations you'd send my way?

Thanks a million
- -- tomás
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