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Thread: OX Re-install

  1. #1
    mayank Guest

    Default OX Re-install

    hi martin,
    as u said, i've reinstalled my OX again.
    But it's having same problem again.....
    Firstly, im not able to share folders and Set permissions, Secondly that
    AJAX related error appearing again.

    error :
    Unknown AJAX action : new appointments.

    Now what should i do ??
    Plz help..

    I'm using Debian O/S
    MTA is Cyrus-Postfix
    Database - MySql
    It seems that everything is working fine..in Background...

  2. #2
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    Hi,

    did you tried to install using the community installer? See my signature for a link.

    Greetings

  3. #3
    mayank Guest

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    No.
    I've installed and compiled according to what OX Docs said..
    i.e. through CVS and then build/compiled accordingly..

    Is this new installer sth diff ?? how it works and Will it effect my previous installations ??


    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Braun View Post
    Hi,

    did you tried to install using the community installer? See my signature for a link.

    Greetings

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    Hi,

    The installer is based on the installation document at the wiki. The installer does it automatically for you and you do not need to care about dependencies any more. If you already set up a system "by hand" you should overwrite the prior configuration by the installer (if you configuration is not yet in productive work). Please note to delete all open-xchange directories at /usr/src if you already created them, otherwise the cvs checkout may not work correctly.

    Greetings.

  5. #5
    mayank Guest

    Question

    U mean to say that , i dont have to run any other OX script after running this
    one.
    will this automatically create users,contexts,resources, etc...??


    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Braun View Post
    Hi,

    The installer is based on the installation document at the wiki. The installer does it automatically for you and you do not need to care about dependencies any more. If you already set up a system "by hand" you should overwrite the prior configuration by the installer (if you configuration is not yet in productive work). Please note to delete all open-xchange directories at /usr/src if you already created them, otherwise the cvs checkout may not work correctly.

    Greetings.

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    The installer will create one testuser, every additional user or resource needs to be created by the command line tool. Remember, this is a installation script, no administration interface.

  7. #7
    mayank Guest

    Question

    but my product is already in production envm.
    Is there any other way becoz it'll not be feasible for us to again rollback
    everything and start from scratch.



    Quote Originally Posted by Martin Braun View Post
    The installer will create one testuser, every additional user or resource needs to be created by the command line tool. Remember, this is a installation script, no administration interface.

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