upgrading to v2.2.4 when compiled from source

Gavin McCullagh gavin.mccullagh at gcd.ie
Mon Aug 9 23:37:06 CEST 2010


I've been running 2.2.3 compiled from source (in order to get 64-bit) and
wanted to upgrade to 2.2.4.

I've read and followed the update instructions and all seems okay, but I'm
a little worried by this message in the readme:

Since OpenPKG uses static linking, packages which do not get updated in
this release need to be recompiled, if they link against openssl:
apr curl imap openldap perl-crypto postfix sasl

When using precompiled binary packages install-kolab.sh will take care
of this, but before generating your own 00INDEX.rdf using the .src.rpm
files together with binary RPMs from existing installations you need to
remove the binary RPMs for above packages.

Will me running:

  sh install-kolab.sh 2>&1 | tee ./kolab-update-`date +%F`.log

have achieved this or not?


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