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  • #31
    Originally posted by Daniel Halbe View Post
    Good idea - full ACK.
    ...
    My suggestions:
    • root-passwd: secret
    • domain example.com
    • hostname: etch-xchange-ce, dapper-xchange-ce ($distribution-xchange-$edition)
    • networking: DHCP
    • openexchange-password: secret
    • oxadmin password: secret
    • mysql-root-password: not set
    • user : password: sally.sales:sally!, sean.sales:sean!, marry.marketing:marry, manuel,marketing:manuel!, robert.ressource:robert!
    • groups: sales(sally.sales, sean.sales), marketing(marry.marketing, manuel,marketing)
    • ressources: beamer, conference-room


    create-user example:
    Code:
    /opt/open-xchange/sbin/createuser -A oxadmin -P secret \
     --username sally.sales --displayname "Sally Sales"\ 
     --password sally! --email sally.sales@example.com --givenname Sally\ 
     --surname Sales --language en_US --timezone Europe/London \ 
    --department Sales --company "Open-Xchange Demo"
    create-ressource example:
    Code:
    /opt/open-xchange/sbin/createresource -A oxadmin -P secret \
     --name beamer\  --displayname "Beamer" \
    --email robert.ressource@example.com --available true \
      --description "Beamer with 1280x1024 resolution"
    Hope this is all the stuff, anything else?
    Will create a wiki entry which describes all this next week...

    Daniel

    Ok, gone so far.

    but the mail setup does not work with these login names (in my case)

    So the username should be name_surname ?

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    • #32
      ok, now I got it "unixhierarchsep: yes" in imapd.conf should be set.

      I updated the wiki a few minutes ago.

      Now it seems to work.
      I'll perform an update till the end of the week and release a new one :-)

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      • #33
        Nice,

        I set up two torrent servers with 100 Mbps over the days - seeding should work much faster

        My fullworking Ubuntu Images will be available this weekend.

        Daniel

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        • #34
          ok, update is done and I added a little script which does this automatically.

          All the sources are in /opt/open-xchange-src

          compress the VM now and provide it this evening. :-)

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          • #35
            Ok, here is the URL:

            http://www.zion-control.org/open-xch...09.zip.torrent


            The resources are missing at the moment and I think it would be a good Idea to have a WIKI-Page for the errata of this VM.

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            • #36
              Thanks again, already seeding

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Daniel Halbe View Post
                Nice,

                I set up two torrent servers with 100 Mbps over the days - seeding should work much faster

                My fullworking Ubuntu Images will be available this weekend.

                Daniel
                Any news on these?

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by exrace View Post
                  Any news on these?
                  I had to prepare various things for german Cebit, will travel there tomorrow so the image will not be public before end of week.

                  Daniel

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                  • #39
                    Any news on this appliance?

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                    • #40
                      Due to various issues I will not provide an appliance at this time.

                      Please use the etch appliance for now.

                      Daniel

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                      • #41
                        Hyperion on xen-based CentOS5?

                        Hello, I'm trying to install hyperion on a CentOS5.
                        Because xen-based system is faster than vmware, I installed CentOS as an xen-instance (1st try: fully-virtualized).

                        Walked trough a lot of problems, solved the most (I think, tests seems to bo ok), having massive problems with configuration of mod_jk / apache - didn't find a sensefull hint in the forum.

                        I'd upload a working xen-image for the community _if_ I can get it to work.

                        The problem:
                        Login results in "Error 503: Service temporarily unavailable"
                        Watching the mod_jk-logs shows:
                        "ajp_service::jk_ajp_common.c (1953): (ajp13) Connecting
                        to tomcat failed. Tomcat is probably not started or is listening on the wrong port
                        [Fri May 11 09:16:06 2007] ajp13 192.168.77.90 0.001033"

                        As I understand, there's tomcat no longer necessary, the mod_jk should talk to apache?
                        Therefore there's no tomcat installed.
                        Looks like a config-problem: apache / mod_jk, what's to check?

                        BTW: a working system may show me my mistakes, but I can't find one.
                        Installation of ox5-demo on a vmware-SLES demo isn't as easy as it could be.
                        "Complete" vmware-image (whatever distro you used) isn't available at the moment?

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                        • #42
                          Well, the message provided by mod_jk regarding tomcat is misleading and seems to be hardcoded as it is the "apache tomcat connector" but used to talk to OX Hyperion which provides a independend, selfmade servlet container. Mod_JK does not talk to apache. Apache talks to Hyperion using mod_jk.

                          First of all you should make sure that the Groupware service is running correct and that the AJP listener port is available, you may test this with a simple 'telnet localhost 8009'. If there is no response you should crawl the logfile for errors or network filtering rules that deny access to this port.

                          Also make sure your workers.properties file and conf.d/ox.conf holds the correct values. You can test the functionality of the whole apache-ajp-hyperion stuff by accessing a /servlet/ or /ajax/ path on the webserver like 'http://example.com/webdav/servlet.version' which should output the build number like 'WebDAV: 6106'.

                          And finaly you should make sure that no tomcat is running on the same system using a equal ajp configuration as the groupware.
                          Last edited by Martin Heiland; 05-11-2007, 10:09 AM.

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by Martin Braun View Post
                            Well, the message provided by mod_jk regarding tomcat is misleading and seems to be hardcoded as it is the "apache tomcat connector" but used to talk to OX Hyperion which provides a independend, selfmade servlet container. Mod_JK does not talk to apache. Apache talks to Hyperion using mod_jk.

                            First of all you should make sure that the Groupware service is running correct and that the AJP listener port is available, you may test this with a simple 'telnet localhost 8009'. If there is no response you should crawl the logfile for errors or network filtering rules that deny access to this port.

                            Also make sure your workers.properties file and conf.d/ox.conf holds the correct values. You can test the functionality of the whole apache-ajp-hyperion stuff by accessing a /servlet/ or /ajax/ path on the webserver like 'http://example.com/webdav/servlet.version' which should output the build number like 'WebDAV: 6106'.

                            And finaly you should make sure that no tomcat is running on the same system using a equal ajp configuration as the groupware.
                            wow, WORKS -for the 1st-
                            the problem was a not started groupware-service (rebooted system).
                            Now there's a running system to test a little bit

                            this should be written down somewehere (my personal log)...

                            THX!

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                            • #44
                              Missing modules: project, ...?

                              Hello,
                              may be the false thread here, but didn' find the right one (they are _closed_?!)

                              Hyperion looks great!!! (especially on a local virtual machine ),
                              but where are the modules: project,...?
                              They are included in your online-demo, but my xen-based CentOS-version is completely without?

                              I can't find any docu for admin-tasks, the open-exchange-admin daemon is "only" necessary for console-commands or is there a gui-based support?
                              (I followed the install-steps from: http://wiki.open-xchange.com/wiki/in...e_Installation)

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by oxer View Post
                                Hyperion looks great!!! (especially on a local virtual machine ),
                                but where are the modules: project,...?
                                They are included in your online-demo, but my xen-based CentOS-version is completely without?
                                The online demo shows the Open-Xchange Server 5. This is a completely different software.


                                Originally posted by oxer View Post
                                I can't find any docu for admin-tasks, the open-exchange-admin daemon is "only" necessary for console-commands or is there a gui-based support?
                                (I followed the install-steps from: http://wiki.open-xchange.com/wiki/in...e_Installation)
                                Admin GUI is being worked on. Stay tuned.


                                René

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