Interest in RPMs

Bernhard Reiter bernhard at
Thu May 13 11:02:20 CEST 2004

On Wednesday 12 May 2004 20:54, Nathan Toone wrote:
> First the situation:
> I have been working for a while to get a kolab server setup, and figured
> that I was tired of looking for all the howtos in order to figure out how
> to install all the extra things I wanted, so I made a few RPMs.
> I currently have SRC RPMs and SuSE 9.0 binary RPMs of the following (based
> off the zfos distribution - using obmtool)
> Adding spam and virus filtering to Kolab

That was already added to the lastest test rpms, btw.

> Adding the Horde web-client
> Adding mailman for mailing lists
> Adding a jabber server (which authenticates off Kolab)
> I am also working on creating RPMs for a freeradius server that
> authenticates against the kolab LDAP mechanism.  Thus you can then have a
> single place to maintain your user accounts...  I'm not ready with that one
> yet though...

Sound all fine!

> These can each be installed separately from one another (I think...I'm not
> a master there may be some dependencies that I missed...I
> have them all installed on a single machine)  They are all install-and-go -
> that is, there is no configuration for them to start working with an
> already working kolab installation.
> Now my question:
> Would there be interest in me posting these somewhere?  If there is, then I
> will look into finding somewhere to post them (and instructions on how to
> use them).  If there isn't much interest in them, then I probably won't go
> to the trouble of doing that.

We need to add a contrib section to our servers.
This will take some time, so if you have some http or ftp space,
just place it there and post a link.
I think that all contributions are useful
and you never know how many people are interested unless
you publish them.
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