Razuna has been tested with MacOS 10.5 and since then with any newer version. Our team develops on the Mac platform, so we can securely say it runs with the latest system (currently 10.8.2).
Latest MacOS X releases don’t come with Java pre-installed anymore. Thus before you can run Razuna you need to install Java. MacOS X automatically detects a call to Java and will prompt you to download it the first time. Both Java 6 and Java7 works with Razuna.
brew install libtiff
brew install imagemagick --with-libtiff
brew install ffmpeg --use-clang --with-libvorbis --with-libvpx --use-gcc --with-libx264 --with-flac --with-theora
Setup Razuna standalone
If you have not already done so, download the latest Razuna release from http://razuna.org. We recommend to extract Razuna to the “/opt” directory, but you are free to place it wherever you see fit. The Razuna standalone server comes with Tomcat pre-configured.
Start the Razuna server
The final task left to do now is to startup the application server. In order to do so, navigate to the “bin” directory of the Razuna folder (/opt/razuna/tomcat/bin/) and start the server with:
Navigate to Razuna
Once the server has successfully started you should navigate to http://localhost:8080/razuna and you will be presented with the Firsttime Wizard to finish setup.