Kolab Server 2.2.1 Release Candidate 1
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Sat Mar 7 17:44:07 CET 2009
Thank you! Just gave it a try on one of my machines to test, and have an
issue that maybe somebody can give a quick answer too. It may simply be
related to my test set-up being on an Ubuntu 8.04 x86-64 box. I used the
packages for Etch i386 with OpenPKG.
The issue is that mail is somehow not set-up. Logging into Horde, and
using calendar works fine, but any attempt at clicking anything related
to mail results in forced log-out. I am happy if anybody can confirm
that this is not the case on a base Etch install. I do not mean to chase
down issues related to other OS versions, setting up an Etch environment
is quite OK if that will do the trick.
On Thu, 2009-03-05 at 17:26 +0100, Thomas Arendsen Hein wrote:
> I just uploaded Kolab Server 2.2.1-rc1 which contains about 60
> enhancements and fixes compared to beta1.
> Please make sure to follow the upgrade instructions in 1st.README,
> especially if upgrading from server 2.2.0 or older.
> Again many thanks to all the people who helped with this!
> Documentation and OpenPKG source packages will soon be available in
> the directory server/beta/kolab-server-2.2.1-rc-1/ of the mirrors
> listed on http://kolab.org/mirrors.html
> for example:
> rsync://rsync.kolab.org/kolab/RSYNC.txt explains how to get (or
> mirror) the files via rsync.
> All files updated since 2.2.1-beta1 are available in the directory
> You can check the integrity of the downloaded files with:
> $ gpg --keyserver hkp://subkeys.pgp.net --recv-key 5816791A
> or import the key from https://www.intevation.de/~thomas/gpg_pub_key.asc
> (the same key that I used to sign this email)
> $ gpg --verify SHA1SUMS.sig
> $ sha1sum -c SHA1SUMS
> Binary packages for Debian GNU/Linux (etch/stable) on x86 platforms
> can be found in the ix86-debian4.0 directory next to the sources.
> Please look at 1st.README and release-notes.txt (attached for your
> convenience) for install instructions and more information about
> this release.
> Please report any problems you encounter in our issue tracker:
> Thomas Arendsen Hein
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