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Re: [SOGo] ANN: SOGo Package Repositories


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  • From: "\"Alain Abbas\"" ( ) < >
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  • Subject: Re: [SOGo] ANN: SOGo Package Repositories
  • Date: Fri, 29 Jul 2016 08:04:23 +0200
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Hello Slavek
Tryed that but it still try to compile openchange and does the same error
my steps: 
#tar -xzvf SOGo-2.3.13.tar.gz
#cd SOGo-2.3.13
#cp -a packaging/debian debian
#cp packaging/debian-multiarch/control-no-openchange  debian/control
#./debian/rules
#dpkg-buildpackage -b

and falled on the same error
any ideas ? 

Regards and Thanks in advance 

Le Jeudi 28 Juillet 2016 19:57 CEST, Slávek Banko ( ) < > a écrit:
 
Take file 'control-no-openchange' from packaging/debian-multiarch and use it
instead of the current 'control'.

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Slávek

On Thursday 28 of July 2016 19:41:53 "Alain Abbas" wrote:
> Hello 
> Thanks Slavek
> but how i can build Sogo without Openchange support 
> I didn t find any documentations or wehre to desactivate it.
> how to desactivate it in the source ? 
> thanks you 
> Regards
>
>
> Le Jeudi 28 Juillet 2016 19:10 CEST, Slávek Banko ( )
> < > a écrit: It seems that you are building SOGo with
> OpenChange from Debian Jessie, which is probably older than expected in
> current SOGo versions. You can try to build without OpenChange support.
>
> --
> Slávek
>
> On Thursday 28 of July 2016 07:59:10 "Alain Abbas" wrote:
> > Hello 
> > Trying to make packages on Jessie 
> > for SOPE ok no problems 
> > For Sogo 
> > Error :
> > MAPIStoreContext.m:558:12: error: too many arguments to function
> > ‘openchangedb_get_new_changeNumbers’ retval =
> > openchangedb_get_new_changeNumbers (connInfo->oc_ctx, memCtx, owner, max,
> > &numbers); ^
> > In file included from MAPIStoreContext.m:57:0:
> > /usr/include/libmapiproxy.h:204:17: note: declared here
> >  enum MAPISTATUS openchangedb_get_new_changeNumbers(struct
> > openchangedb_context *, TALLOC_CTX *, uint64_t, struct UI8Array_r **); ^
> > /usr/share/GNUstep/Makefiles/rules.make:468: recipe for target
> > 'obj/SOGoBackend.obj/MAPIStoreContext.m.o' failed make[4]: ***
> > [obj/SOGoBackend.obj/MAPIStoreContext.m.o] Error 1
> > /usr/share/GNUstep/Makefiles/Instance/bundle.make:193: recipe for target
> > 'internal-bundle-run-compile-submake' failed make[3]: ***
> > [internal-bundle-run-compile-submake] Error 2
> > /usr/share/GNUstep/Makefiles/Master/rules.make:298: recipe for target
> > 'SOGoBackend.all.bundle.variables' failed make[2]: ***
> > [SOGoBackend.all.bundle.variables] Error 2
> > /usr/share/GNUstep/Makefiles/Master/bundle.make:37: recipe for target
> > 'internal-all' failed make[1]: *** [internal-all] Error 2
> > make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/test/SOGo-3.1.4/OpenChange'
> > debian/rules:26: recipe for target 'build-arch-stamp' failed
> > make: *** [build-arch-stamp] Error 2
> > dpkg-buildpackage: erreur: debian/rules build a produit une erreur de
> > sortie de type 2 Seems that package libmapiproxy-dev is outdated on
> > Jessie How to desactivate Openchange compilation in the source ? or where
> > i can have the right libmapiproxy-dev ?
> >
> > Regards
> >
> >
> >
> > Le Mercredi 27 Juillet 2016 23:27 CEST, "\"Alain Abbas\""
> > ( ) < > a écrit: Hello
> > Trying that but it try to build the sogo openchange package too  when
> > compiling sogo  how to desactivate it ?
> >
> > Regards 
> >
> >
> >
> > Le Mardi 19 Juillet 2016 22:45 CEST, "Achim Gottinger" ( )
> > < > a écrit: 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)
> > # dpkg-buildpackage
> > # 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 --
> >
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> >
> > https://inverse.ca/sogo/lists
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> > Alain Abbas
> > 3 rue des Violettes
> > 54 410 Laneveuville-Devant-Nancy
> > Tel : +333 83 18 02 70
> > skype: alain.abbas
>
> --
> Alain Abbas
> 3 rue des Violettes
> 54 410 Laneveuville-Devant-Nancy
> Tel : +333 83 18 02 70
> skype: alain.abbas
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