me at jonwatson.ca
Tue May 30 17:41:22 PDT 2006
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> I'm no expert, but I think you should be able to install it on an
> already configured box. The installer does check to make sure that none
> of its services are already running ie. http on port 80, etc. I had to
> disable to MTA, web server, and ftp server during the install. I want to
> setup a web server on the same network, and as far as I can tell, it
> only uses port 80 to redirect you to the admin interface which runs over
> https. I figure I can either disable Kolab's apache install from
> accepting connections on port 80, and setup another web server, or use
> virtual domains in Kolab's web server. Perhaps someone can comment on
> this setup.
I had it installed without error, but I couldn't get the admin interface
to pick up on the port I specified. I changed the Listen to port 550
(randomly selected) but it would never pick up. I did make the change in
the template and ran kolab config afterwards.
I'm running several sites with apache2 on port 80 already if that matters.
There are a couple of things that I'm unclear on, though. First is the
master/slave thing. Do I need a slave?
Second, is my TLD good enough for the master TLD or do I have to ad a
subdomain to it? I seem to recall reading a doc somewhere that stated a
subdomain was preferable. However, if I make one up on the fly
kolab.jonwatson.ca) will the kolab scripts configure the apache virtual
server for me? Doesn't seem to work...
Lastly, certificates. Do I need one? I don't know anything about how to
answer those questions during the install.
I have to say, for such a robust application I'm quite surprised that
I've been unable to stumble across any install documentation other than
the three lines on the kolab site or in the doc.
I guess I did resurrect this thread...
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