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  • Subject: Re: [SOGo] ANN: SOGo Package Repositories
  • Date: Wed, 20 Jul 2016 12:16:46 +0200
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Hi.

I'm setting up my own deb repository for Sogo stable for Ubuntu 16.04 but it could be good for Debian jessie too.
When it will be done, I can give You repository address

Thank You so much.

Il giorno Mercoledi, Luglio 20, 2016 09:49 CEST, "Sven Schwedas" ( ) < > ha scritto:
 
On 2016-07-19 22:45, Achim Gottinger ( ) wrote:
> Here is an short howto for sogo2 on wheezy without openchange
>
> First download SOPE-3.1.4.tar.gz and SOGo-2.3.13.tar.gz install
> build-essentails and dpkg-dev
> On wheezy libwbxml2 is also required you can get the required version
> https://packages.inverse.ca/SOGo/nightly/2/debian/pool/wheezy/w/wbxml2/
>
> # tar xvzf SOPE-3.1.4.tar.gz
> # cd SOPE
> # cp -a packaging/debian .
> # ./debian/rules
> # dpkg-buildpackage
> (install all required dependencies)

You can also call `dpkg-checkbuilddeps` directly instead.

> # dpkg-buildpackage

Why not use -b here, too?

> # cd ..
> # dpkg -i libsope*.deb
> # tar xvzf SOGo-2.3.13.tar.gz
> # cd SOGo-2.3.13
> # ./debian/rules
> # dch
> (add an changelog entry for version 2.3.13)
> dpkg-buildpackage -b
> (install all required dependencies)
> # dpkg-buildpackage -b
>
> You should now have build these packages:
>
> libsbjson2.3_4.9.r1664_amd64.deb
> libsbjson2.3-dev_4.9.r1664_amd64.deb
> libsope4.9-dev_4.9.r1664_all.deb
> libsope-appserver4.9_4.9.r1664_amd64.deb
> libsope-appserver4.9-dev_4.9.r1664_amd64.deb
> libsope-core4.9_4.9.r1664_amd64.deb
> libsope-core4.9-dev_4.9.r1664_amd64.deb
> libsope-gdl1-4.9_4.9.r1664_amd64.deb
> libsope-gdl1-4.9-dev_4.9.r1664_amd64.deb
> libsope-ldap4.9_4.9.r1664_amd64.deb
> libsope-ldap4.9-dev_4.9.r1664_amd64.deb
> libsope-mime4.9_4.9.r1664_amd64.deb
> libsope-mime4.9-dev_4.9.r1664_amd64.deb
> libsope-xml4.9_4.9.r1664_amd64.deb
> libsope-xml4.9-dev_4.9.r1664_amd64.deb
> sogo_2.3.13_amd64.deb
> sogo-activesync_2.3.13_amd64.deb
> sogo-dbg_2.3.13_amd64.deb
> sogo-dev_2.3.13_amd64.deb
> sope4.9-appserver_4.9.r1664_amd64.deb
> sope4.9-dbg_4.9.r1664_amd64.deb
> sope4.9-gdl1-mysql_4.9.r1664_amd64.deb
> sope4.9-gdl1-postgresql_4.9.r1664_amd64.deb
> sope4.9-libxmlsaxdriver_4.9.r1664_amd64.deb
> sope4.9-stxsaxdriver_4.9.r1664_amd64.deb
>
>
> But i have not yet tested if these packages work proper. :-)
>
>
> Am 19.07.2016 um 21:31 schrieb Heiner Markert ( ):
>> Hello,
>>
>> could you please post a short howto on how to build those debian
>> packages based on the control files?
>>
>> Thanks and best regards
>> Heiner
>>
>>
>>
>> Am 19.07.2016 um 21:11 schrieb Achim Gottinger ( ):
>>>
>>>
>>> Am 19.07.2016 um 20:10 schrieb Ludovic Marcotte ( ):
>>>>
>>>> On 2016-07-19 12:35 PM, "Kai-Uwe Rommel" ( ) wrote:
>>>>
>>>>> What does that mean for me? I have to download the source code and
>>>>> compile myself? Or should use nightly builds? How do I access
>>>>> these? Are these also in a package repository available to me?
>>>>> How are these accessed?
>>>> Nightly builds are indeed available - just like before:
>>>> https://sogo.nu/download.html
>>>>
>>>> There are FAQs on how to configure your repos for Yum and apt-get.
>>>>
>>>> Generating packages from the SOGo/SOPE sources isn't complex - it's
>>>> just like building any other packages. We still provide the Debian
>>>> control files and the spec files to do so.
>>>>
>>>> Thanks!
>>> Thank you for the clarification. Managed to build debian wheezy
>>> packages for sope and sogo with control files under packaging/debian.
>>> --
>>>
>>> https://inverse.ca/sogo/lists
>>
>> --
>>
>> https://inverse.ca/sogo/lists
>
> --
>
> https://inverse.ca/sogo/lists

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