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  • How to install Open-Xchange on Ubuntu 9.04

    Since trying Open-Xchange for the first time, we are no longer on Ubuntu 8.04, but on 9.04. Could I ask please, is it ok to follow the instructions here, given that they refer to Ubuntu 8.04 and not 9.04?

    http://www.open-xchange.com/wiki/ind...ion_Ubuntu8.04

    The guide makes reference specifically for Ubuntu 8.04 repositories. Thanks!

  • #2
    Originally posted by sami View Post
    Since trying Open-Xchange for the first time, we are no longer on Ubuntu 8.04, but on 9.04. Could I ask please, is it ok to follow the instructions here, given that they refer to Ubuntu 8.04 and not 9.04?

    http://www.open-xchange.com/wiki/ind...ion_Ubuntu8.04

    The guide makes reference specifically for Ubuntu 8.04 repositories. Thanks!
    IMO you just have to replace the repository to

    http://download.opensuse.org/reposit.../xUbuntu_9.04/

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    • #3
      Originally posted by Carsten Hoeger View Post
      IMO you just have to replace the repository to

      http://download.opensuse.org/reposit.../xUbuntu_9.04/
      thanks for your anwer, it helped me

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      • #4
        hi there,

        would be really cool to get some 9.10 rep.
        right now, it dies on dependencies. even with manual interactions, ignoring the dependencies it does not work out ;(

        mfg, Niktator

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        • #5
          i just used a untouched 9.04 ubuntu install. when trying to install ox, it tells:

          Code:
          The following packages have unmet dependencies:
            open-xchange-authentication-database: Conflicts: open-xchange-authentication-ldap but 6.12.0.0-4 is to be installed
            open-xchange-authentication-imap: Conflicts: open-xchange-authentication-database but 6.12.0.0-4 is to be installed
                                              Conflicts: open-xchange-authentication-ldap but 6.12.0.0-4 is to be installed
            open-xchange-authentication-ldap: Conflicts: open-xchange-authentication-database but 6.12.0.0-4 is to be installed
            open-xchange-spamhandler-default: Conflicts: open-xchange-spamhandler-spamassassin but 6.12.0.0-4 is to be installed
            open-xchange-spamhandler-spamassassin: Conflicts: open-xchange-spamhandler-default but 6.12.0.0-4 is to be installed
            open-xchange-xerces-ibm: Depends: ibm-j2re1.5 but it is not installable or
                                              ibm-j2sdk1.5 but it is not installable
                                     Conflicts: open-xchange-xerces-sun but 6.12.0.0-4 is to be installed
            open-xchange-xerces-sun: Conflicts: open-xchange-xerces-ibm but 6.12.0.0-4 is to be installed
          E: Broken packages
          so somehow even 9.04 is not working out of the box.

          greets, Niktator

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          • #6
            Hi,

            this has nothing to do with Ubuntu, you're trying to install packages that conflict with each other. Please use the list of packages provided at the wiki guides.

            Greetings

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            • #7
              hi,

              ya, i used that list afterwards - and it worked
              that errors came from apt-get install open-xchange*

              how about 9.10 support? planned for the close future?


              greets, Nik

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              • #8
                Hi Nik,

                Ubuntu 9.10 support is not a top priority since 8.04 is still LTS, the next major version will be 10.04, again a LTS version. We're focusing on server-proofen distributions. However, our community builds depend on what the OpenSUSE buildservice provides. Guess we're going to support 9.10 soon, but no fixed date on this.

                Greetings

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                • #9
                  OX 6.14 is out and supports Ubuntu 9.10 as well as Fedora 12, just for info

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