Ubuntu 8.04

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In setting up Kolab on 8.04 (server with no pre-made packages selected), I discovered that there are some packages which you must install in order to compile Kolab.

sudo apt-get install make gcc build-essential

In addition, you need to set the privileges on obmtool:

chmod +x obmtool

Then simply follow the instructions concerning the Kolab Server/OpenPKG download.

Install Kolab 2.2.0

As root, from your home directory, proceed as follows:

apt-get install make gcc build-essential
mkdir -p /usr/local/src/kolab/hotfix
cd /usr/local/src/kolab/hotfix
wget http://ftp.belnet.be/packages/kolab/server/release/kolab-server-2.2.0/hotfix-20090116/hotfix-20090116.txt
wget http://ftp.belnet.be/packages/kolab/server/release/kolab-server-2.2.0/hotfix-20090116/iCalendar.php
wget http://ftp.belnet.be/packages/kolab/server/release/kolab-server-2.2.0/hotfix-20090116/kolab-issue3074.patch
cd /usr/local/src/kolab
wget -r -l1 -nd --no-parent --retr-symlinks ftp://ftp.rent-it.net.ua/pub/linux/kolab/server/release/kolab-server-2.2.0/sources/

verify download integrity:

md5sum -c MD5SUMS

install kolab:

sh install-kolab.sh 2>&1 | tee /root/kolab-install.log

Apply the patch:

cd /usr/local/src/kolab/hotfix
cp iCalendar.php /kolab/lib/php/Horde/
patch -s -p0 -d /kolab/lib/php < kolab-issue3074.patch

bootstrap kolab:

/kolab/sbin/kolab_bootstrap -b

Note: A description of the installation of Kolab 2.2 on Ubuntu "Hardy" together with a Samba PDC can be found here.

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