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[SOGo] Fwd: Re: Alternative SOGo packages repository for Debian and Ubuntu

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  • Date: Wed, 7 Dec 2016 17:03:05 +0300
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Thx for reply, Slavek!

Yes. They use zentyal fork. But Zentyal removed openchange from Zentyal 5.0


current Openchange builds used for SOGo are based on OpenChange fork by
Zentyal - see

This Openchage fork is used in the official Inverse repository (for Ubuntu
Xenial only), as well as in my alternative apt repository (for Debian
Wheezy, Jessie, Ubuntu Trusty and Xenial).


Dne st 7. prosince 2016 devteam napsal(a):

Project openchange stopped all development.

May be somebody have ideas/solutions? @Slavek?

On 07/28/2016 01:30 AM, Slávek Banko
( )
> Hi all,
> I have experience with maintaining packages for multiple versions of
> Debian and Ubuntu distributions. Thanks to this I have ready builder
> for many versions of Debian and Ubuntu for multiple architectures.
> I dared to prepare an alternative repository of SOGo packages for
> Debian and Ubuntu. Packages are available not only for SOGo 3.x, but
> also for SOGo 2.x. Distributions are Debian 7 (Wheezy), Debian 8
> (Jessie), Ubuntu 14.04 (Trusty) and Ubuntu 16.04 (Xenial).
> Architectures amd64 and i386. If there arises an interest, I can try
> to build also for other architectures (armhf, arm64,...).
> Currently, all these SOGo builds are without OpenChange support,
> because it is difficult to build OpenChange. During my attempts to
> build OpenChange always occurs FTBFS...
> To install gpg key, use:
> apt-key adv --keyserver --recv-key A04BE668
> The format of the line to the apt sources is as follows:
> For SOGo v.2.x
> deb <your-distribution> sogo-v2
> For SOGo v3.x
> deb <your-distribution> sogo-v3
> Where <your-distribution> could be: wheezy, jessie, trusty or xenial.
> Do not be fooled by the word 'debian' in the url - this is true even
> for the Ubuntu packages.
> The packages numbering follows the usual packaging rules. By the way,
> packages are also ready to properly update during dist-upgrade,
> because version of distribution is a part of the packages version.
> This is a small advantage over the official Inverse packages ;)
> Cheers

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