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Re: Debian / Ubuntu packages

Postby mschering » Tue Jul 28, 2009 3:57 pm

I recommend Debian 5.0 for a server installation.
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Re: Debian / Ubuntu packages

Postby MMaI » Mon Aug 24, 2009 11:22 am

I would ask to split the thread for that question Mr. Magoo.
But depending on your hardware config:
more then 4Gb RAM and 64bit capable cpu > Debian 5.0 64bit, less or no 64bit capable cpu> Debian 5.0 32bit
desktop hardware instead of server: Ubuntu 8.04 LTS
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Re: Debian / Ubuntu packages

Postby mschering » Mon Aug 24, 2009 12:12 pm

32-bit or 64-bit depends on your hardware. I personally prefer the latest stable Debian for a server and Ubuntu for a workstation. It's up to you!
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Re: Debian / Ubuntu packages

Postby Tronic » Tue Aug 25, 2009 12:22 pm

Hello,

the DEB packages are still version 3.2.22 in your repository. When will that packages be upgrade to 3.2.26?

This would be very nice because of some new features (most of all the possibility to move mails between accounts).

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Re: Debian / Ubuntu packages

Postby mschering » Wed Aug 26, 2009 11:32 am

I'll update them today or tomorrow.
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Re: Debian / Ubuntu packages

Postby rusnei » Mon Oct 12, 2009 6:32 pm

Hello,

It's still not possible to download repository files from this folder http://repos.groupoffice.eu/ binary/ or deb http://repos.groupoffice.eu/ main/
What's wrong?

I'm runing Ubuntu 9.04 server on VMvare and I'm trying this:

1. Updated /etc/apt/sources.list with deb-src http://repos.groupoffice.eu/ main/
2. Executed this sudo apt-get update
3. I'm getting this error: W: Failed to fetch http://repos.groupoffice.eu/main/Sources 404 Not Found


Admin, can you please update repository folder?!
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Re: Debian / Ubuntu packages

Postby Tronic » Mon Oct 12, 2009 8:28 pm

Hello,

put this this line into surces.list instead of "deb-src http://repos.groupoffice.eu/ main/"
deb http://repos.groupoffice.eu/ binary/

I'm running Ubuntu 9.04, too. For me it works really well.

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Re: Debian / Ubuntu packages

Postby rusnei » Tue Oct 13, 2009 10:20 am

Tronic wrote:Hello,

put this this line into surces.list instead of "deb-src http://repos.groupoffice.eu/ main/"
deb http://repos.groupoffice.eu/ binary/

I'm running Ubuntu 9.04, too. For me it works really well.

Regards Tom


You mean deb http://repos.groupoffice.eu/ binary/ without -src (deb-src http://repos.groupoffice.eu/ binary/)?!
I have tried with deb-src http://repos.groupoffice.eu/ binary/ and it doesn't work for me.

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Re: Debian / Ubuntu packages

Postby mschering » Tue Oct 13, 2009 11:26 am

There are no soruce packages because with PHP binary and source is the same. So you should ust add the deb binary line.
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Re: Debian / Ubuntu packages

Postby MMaI » Wed Oct 28, 2009 8:00 pm

the correct install line for debian 5.03 should be:

apt-get install groupoffice-com groupoffice-mailserver postfix postfix-mysql

as postfix seems not to be requested correctly by the groupoffice package

apart from that the installation went smooth, although it took quite some time to retrieve the gpg key (about 4-5 mins)
although the deb installation makes it easy to install the packages, the installer script does the job quite a bit simpler, and will prevent problems with upgrading using apt-get update/upgrade

the only warning received during installation was:

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*** WARNING: ucf was run from a maintainer script that uses debconf, but
             the script did not pass --debconf-ok to ucf. The maintainer
             script should be fixed to not stop debconf before calling ucf,
             and pass it this parameter. For now, ucf will revert to using
             old-style, non-debconf prompting. Ugh!

             Please inform the package maintainer about this problem.
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Re: Debian / Ubuntu packages

Postby mschering » Fri Oct 30, 2009 8:34 am

It's strange that it doesn't install postfix automatically because they are in the dependencies. It worked for me that way.

That warning popped up for me too but I don't know how to get rid of it. It seems to be triggered by dbconfig-common. It doesn't hurt though.
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Re: Debian / Ubuntu packages

Postby awalsh » Tue Dec 22, 2009 3:35 pm

Is there any ETA as to when the packages will be updated for 3.3.8? Currently they stand at 3.3.4
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Re: Debian / Ubuntu packages

Postby mschering » Wed Dec 23, 2009 9:40 am

I'll build them today.
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Re: Debian / Ubuntu packages

Postby Bastien » Tue Mar 09, 2010 8:06 pm

Is it possible to make modifications to the config files from postfix or will these be overwritten during an update? I want to use clamav and dkim. I have installed groupoffice-com, groupoffice-mailserver and groupoffice-servermanager.
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Re: Debian / Ubuntu packages

Postby mschering » Tue Mar 09, 2010 9:18 pm

At the moment the master.cf and the postfix mysql config files are always overwritten. main.cf is not.
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