kolab debian 7.4, database error and address book issue
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Wed May 14 02:50:59 CEST 2014
Hi Jan and Et al,
First of all , I appreciated your reply. For the address book/contacts
part, it's user's contacts (not global one).
I am using Roundcube and tried "+" button to add new contacts. It seemed
taking the info, but it's gone as soon as you are done with it.
Any specific setting that I have to touch to make this work?
On 2014-05-13 08:46, Jan Kowalsky wrote:
> Hi fasfaf,
> Am 06.05.2014 14:27, schrieb fasfaf:> HI Guys,
>> I have installed kolab 3.2 on Debian 7.4 64 bit (several times)
>> and it consistently has the following error.
>> 1. During installation, you get ERROR 1005 (HY000) at line 9:
>> Can't create table 'roundcube.kolab_alarms' (errno: 150) ERROR
>> 1146 (42S02) at line 179: Table 'roundcube.system' doesn't exist
> Yes, this is bug #2811
> but you found allready the solution.
>> I followed this link and it seemed fixed this.
>> http://www.marshut.com/inxuim/kolab-setup-error.html As a
>> workaround I have this sql table template:
>> http://mihai.badici.ro/linux/machinet/debian/kolab.sql I created
>> again the table ( mysql -u roundcube -p roundcube <kolab.sql ) and
>> roundcube start to works.
>> 2. It seems that kolab-server will not start upon installation, so
>> I have to do this, root at mx2:~# cat /etc/rc.local service
>> kolab-server start exit 0
> this is a known problem, reported by several users
>> 3. Address book , contacts can not be created and saved and
>> imported. If I try one of these actions, it seemed have info
>> created, but it doesn't show up afterwards, even though it says
>> successfull for all these
> To which addressbook you try to import / crate? I assume you try this
> inside roundcube.
> Be aware that you can't modify the global addressbook from roundcube.
> This is a view of your ldap-addressbook (if you activated this). Users
> can create their own addressbook where data are stored inside the imap
> directory and are accessible via ActiveSync and carddav.
> Maybe this helps?
> Best Regards
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