Package Details: zarafa-server 7.2.4.29-99

Git Clone URL: https://aur.archlinux.org/zarafa-server.git (read-only)
Package Base: zarafa-server
Description: Open Source Groupware Solution
Upstream URL: http://www.zarafa.com/
Keywords: grouware mailserver
Licenses: AGPL3
Groups: zarafa, kopano
Provides: zarafa-server-arm=7.2.4.29
Replaces: zarafa-server-arm
Submitter: xtfxme
Maintainer: martimcfly (jelly)
Last Packager: martimcfly
Votes: 8
Popularity: 0.000000
First Submitted: 2009-10-13 18:39
Last Updated: 2016-12-06 19:39

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martimcfly commented on 2016-04-13 12:49

I realized that some up to date systems won't compile. So I created a binary repository.

Just add following to /etc/pacman.conf. After that you'll be able to install all the aur packages I maintain for armv7h ( raspberry pi 2 / odroid u3), x64 and x86.

[pietma]
SigLevel = Optional TrustAll
Server = https://repository.pietma.com/nexus/content/repositories/archlinux/$arch/$repo

As soon anything changes, I'll upload a new version to the repository.

Shot me a message when you need a amrv6h package.

Read https://pietma.com/category/project/zarafa/ for more information.

Marti

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martimcfly commented on 2016-04-13 12:49

I realized that some up to date systems won't compile. So I created a binary repository.

Just add following to /etc/pacman.conf. After that you'll be able to install all the aur packages I maintain for armv7h ( raspberry pi 2 / odroid u3), x64 and x86.

[pietma]
SigLevel = Optional TrustAll
Server = https://repository.pietma.com/nexus/content/repositories/archlinux/$arch/$repo

As soon anything changes, I'll upload a new version to the repository.

Shot me a message when you need a amrv6h package.

Read https://pietma.com/category/project/zarafa/ for more information.

Marti

martimcfly commented on 2016-02-21 15:58

Thanks, I'm looking forward to read from you! For now I fixed the version to gsoap=2.8.22. Zarafa-server 7.2.1-12 is just compiling for all platforms and will be ready for download in about an hour I hope.

jelly commented on 2016-02-21 11:05

Be aware that GSoap broke some of it's ABI somewhere between 2.8.22 and 2.8.28. So the current zarafa-server code is not compatible with it yet. I'll see if I can send a patch to you when it's working later.

martimcfly commented on 2016-01-05 17:34

Hey Jelly!

Thank's for that information! I'll set the php dependency below v7.

After compilation I regularly add all direct and transitiv dependencies to my archlinux repository. So hopefully everybody's able to install and run this package ;)

Marti

jelly commented on 2016-01-04 19:11

Note that PHP7 is not going to happen soon since the whole PHP extension needs to be ported to a whole new C API. I can't really provide an estimate when it's finished.

martimcfly commented on 2015-07-01 14:20

gcc 5 is breaking the zarafa configure script and the compiled result.

=> You'll need to install gcc4 from Archlinux Rollback Maschine:

http://seblu.net/a/arm/2015/06/01/core/os/

=> Or build and install gcc4 with gcc5 for arm from repo

git clone https://github.com/archlinuxarm/PKGBUILDs.git
cd PKGBUILD
git checkout b1884b6d1950422a32f9ced0be6d5492e4315547


jelly commented on 2015-04-29 19:37

Also notice that you will have to change your SSL settings https://community.zarafa.com/pg/blog/read/28319/zcp-7112-final

jelly commented on 2015-04-29 19:36

Just noticed the package was out of date. I've updated it to 7.1.12. I am not sure if people are interested in updating to 7.2.0 yet, but I have to package the new search and make it somehow work with the current python-{daemon,lockfile}.

rolek commented on 2014-12-18 08:33

We're running Zarafa on Slackware and we have the same problem. We've seen that the problem occurs a lot less often if we ensure no connections are made to the zarafa-server process before it is fully started. So, our Zarafa startup procedure now looks like:
- Stop postfix
- Disable access to the unix socket**
- With iptables, drop incoming traffic to ports 236 and 237
- Start zarafa-server
- Wait for 10 seconds
- Start the other zarafa daemons
- Allow incoming traffic to ports 236 and 237
- Allow access to the unix socket
- Start postfix

** On our system, the socket path is /var/run/zarafa/zarafa, so this is easily done by changing the access right on the /var/run/zarafa dir. On Arch, this might be different.

I hope this is useful to you.

jelly commented on 2014-11-03 19:03

Got the same problem here, not sure what the issue is. Looking into it with upstream :-)

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