[pkg-kolab] Apt install Kolab server Debian unstable

Mathieu Parent math.parent at gmail.com
Tue Jul 14 09:37:15 UTC 2009


On Tue, Jul 14, 2009 at 9:33 AM, Price,Neil<NPrice at gibb.co.za> wrote:
>> Geordie, if you want kolab to work quickly, try with lenny, and apt
>> pinning (see
>> https://wiki.kolab.org/index.php/Debian_-_Administrators_-_Kol
>> ab_Installation).
> I'm testing on Lenny... it works well. Even Horde looks good.
> I did find I had to install postfix (which uninstalls Exim4) before
> following the above instructions. This avoids a bunch of confusing
> dependency problems, I don't know why.

This is mentioned in README.Debian:
1. Installation

Install this kolabd package with all dependencies:

# apt-get install kolabd postfix slapd

postfix conflicts with exim4, so it may be necessary to mention it
explicitly to convince apt-get to install it.  slapd must be installed
unless you already have an LDAP server elsewhere and know how to
access it.  The kolabd package depends on all remaining necessary

Or you use

# aptitude install kolabd

which will figure all this out automatically.

I have updated the wiki page to use aptitude instead.

Mathieu Parent

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