SuSE 9.2 and Kolab2
markus at relix.de
Sat Apr 16 13:21:44 CEST 2005
I removed the following files as there could be keys and passwords in there.
PREFIX is /kolab/etc here:
These are my own adaptions as authentification to 1und1.de is not
preconfigured, off course :-)
And, please treat the server information confidentially if you find details on
my machine in the files... :-)
Am Samstag, 16. April 2005 11:29 schrieb Henning Burow:
> i've also downloaded the sources multiple times and tried the installation
> on three different VMWare Images, two are SuSE 9.2 and one is SuSE 9.1. I
> tried beta-3, beta-4 and development current. My download mirror is the one
> described in the wiki (max.kde.org). But in all cases i get the same
> result. I've also read your entry in the wiki for debian sarge, which gave
> me the hope, that maybe beta might work on debian. Do you know, which
> config-files are broken? Maybe you can send me the working ones?
> Does make any sense to try a different mirror?
> > Hi everybody,
> > about 1-2 weeks ago I had the same problem with Kolab2 Beta4, compiled
> > from
> > source on Debian Sarge. This was when I asked the developers on the
> > kolab-devel list to please provide a working php.ini file, as I saw that
> > a) apache was only listenling on port 80 on the loopback IP address
> > (127.0.0.1)
> > b) ssl was not configured at all, there was no config statement at all in
> > the
> > according apache.base file. There were no links to the ssl key files
> > generated during the startup process (these files did exist!!)
> > c) after all some config options seemed corrupt in php.ini.
> > I succeeded up to the point when I came to the insight that it was an
> > enormous
> > amount of config work to get everything running.
> > In other words, I was quite annoyed... ;-)
> > Then one of the developers told me in an email that this seemed veeery
> > strange
> > and that everything was working fine with their test installations.
> > So I agreed to start all over, I downloaded all of the sources again,
> > went through the complete install process and - it worked!!!
> > I don't know why, but it worked. I'm glad that others found this strange
> > bug,
> > too. As I said, I found it on Debian Sarge with the source distribution.
> > I described this error in the wiki (wiki.kolab.org). Initially, I wanted
> > to remove this entry as it worked fine in the end but I didn't. Now I'm
> > glad that I didn't...
> > Best wishes,
> > Markus
> > Am Freitag, 15. April 2005 12:44 schrieb Henning Burow:
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > i'm trying to get a Kolab2 up on a SuSE 9.2. I tried
> > development/current,
> > > which compiled without problem, same for bootstrap. But when i am
> > supposed
> > > to login in https://mydomain/admin (in my case https://localhost/admin)
> > i
> > > get "connection refused". In the apache logs is nothing written. I
> > > tried kolab-2.0-beta4 and kolab-2.0-beta3. Everytime i have the same
> > > problem.
> > I
> > > found the following bug entry:
> > >
> > > http://www.kolab.org/pipermail/kolab-devel/2005-January/002885.html
> > >
> > > "openpkg rc all start" started all services beside amavisd (see
> > > previous ticket), but apache is listening only on port 80 and only on
> > > the
> > loopback
> > > IP.
> > > Connecting to the server with https (of course) and http fails with
> > > "Connection
> > > refused". No log entries in /kolab/var/apache/logs/.
> > >
> > > Is there a workaround known, to get kolab2 working?
> > >
> > > Thanks,
> > > Henning
> > >
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