thomas at btspuhler.com
Sat Apr 10 23:55:06 CEST 2010
On Saturday 10 April 2010 11:19:38 am Richard Bos wrote:
> Op zaterdag 10 april 2010 18:14:03 schreef Thomas Spuhler:
> > > Do you have that log file (with your value):
> > > # ls -l /var/log/kolab/filter.log
> > >
> > >
> > $conf['log']['name'] = '/var/log/kolab/filter.log'
> > This was in fact empty like $conf['log']['name'] = ''
> $conf['log']['name'] = '@resmgr_log_name@';
> > so is $conf['log']['type'] = '';
> $conf['log']['type'] = '@resmgr_log_type@';
> You 've to define them in the dist_conf/mandriva file. I assume you have done
> that now, isn't it?
> > and there is nothing in the log before and after adding the name and
> > restarting kolab in fact,
> Did you sent email?
> > there is no log there Where is the <TLS server
> > engine: cannot load CA data> part configured? In fact this message doesn't
> > show in the working kolab2.1.0 logs BTW I have IRC freenod #kolab with
> > Nick OroValley
> I missed you, I was away for an hour or so. I just joined the channel.
OK, I get mail. I missed some entries in the /dist_conf/mandriva file
in the resmgr section. I also changed a grp to root. Maybe dangerous, but SUSE had it this way. Need to check, if I can use something more like kolab.
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