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  1. #1
    exrace Guest

    Question Open-Xchange Hyperion VMware Image

    Is there an official VMware Image of the latest OX.
    I found this on a FTP server ftp.gwdg.de linked in some old google cache.

    ox5_vmware_image_v1.0-1.tar

    Many thanks.
    Last edited by Ben Pahne; 03-05-2007 at 12:18 PM.

  2. #2
    neo Guest

    Exclamation I don't think so

    Hello,

    as this is an old google cache as you mentioned. I don't think that this is a Hyperion installation.

    At the moment, I'm trying to prepare VM with Debian/Etch.

    Greetings
    Andreas

  3. #3
    Rene Stach Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by neo View Post
    Hello,

    as this is an old google cache as you mentioned. I don't think that this is a Hyperion installation.
    You are right. Hyperion is definitely not labelled as OX5.

    René

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    Hi,

    i played around with the Community Edition of Hyperion last night and set up a ubuntu 6.06 LTS vmware image. Currently the groupware functionality works quite fine but i need to configure the cyrus imapd and postfix smtpd. If this system works stable under different circumstances i may upload it somewhere. The system was initially set up to test our installation guide. But please feel free to make Hyperion working on every distribution and operating system - this contribution will be very interesting and helpful.

    At the moment, there is no official vmware image but it will be available soon.
    Last edited by Martin Heiland; 03-02-2007 at 10:09 AM.

  5. #5
    neo Guest

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    Last night I was thinking if I use Ubuntu as well because this is the recommended OS.

    But I like debian/etch and it is the main distribution in our infrastructure.

    I try to keep the packages at a minimum to keep the VM as small as possible.

    Hmm, I read that cyrus 2.2 is used. What about the login to cyrus?
    Do you use the mail address as the login?
    This is what I try to setup.

    greetz

  6. #6
    exrace Guest

    Thumbs up VMware Image

    That would be great to have the latest all setup on the Linux distribution your suggesting to use.
    Looking forward to working with it.

  7. #7
    neo Guest

    Thumbs up VM nearly ready

    Hey guys....

    I have a VM up and running (mail is missing at this time) and it looks great :-)


    I'll create a zip file this evening and tell you the link and whats missing.

  8. #8
    neo Guest

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    Quote Originally Posted by neo View Post
    Hey guys....

    I have a VM up and running (mail is missing at this time) and it looks great :-)


    I'll create a zip file this evening and tell you the link and whats missing.
    Ok, there we go:

    http://www.zion-control.org/hyperion_0.1.tar.bz2

    How-to use it:
    This VM is done with VMWare-Workstation 6.0 (beta) which you can download at www.vmware.com (only necessary whem VMWare-Player is not working)

    User:root
    Password:root

    After starting the VM you have to run
    nohup /opt/open-xchange/sbin/open-xchange-groupware &
    /etc/init.d/open-xchange-admin start

    To connect to the VM, issue this command as root
    ifconfig eth0
    and find out the IP of the VM

    This VM is only for experienced user as it is a quick-shot from this day.

    The Mail-Setup is missing at the moment.

    Greetz
    Andreas
    Last edited by neo; 03-02-2007 at 06:46 PM. Reason: How to find the IP of the VM to connect to the OX

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    Thanks for this contribution! I'll give it a try this afternoon.

  10. #10
    neo Guest

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    Currently I implemented the auto start up stuff so you just have to know the IP-Address.

    The mail setup is a bit tricky at the moment because I'm new to cyrus administration


    But things are going forward


    greetz

    BTW: Is it possible to host the big file elsewhere? e.g. via BitTorrent?

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