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authorThomas Arendsen Hein <thomas@intevation.de>2007-10-19 17:17:19 (GMT)
committerThomas Arendsen Hein <thomas@intevation.de>2007-10-19 17:17:19 (GMT)
commitc0334444f2a31ce34564ab5331f0c22b204f246c (patch)
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parenta7a75ef4800839da7dc59f4850da033dd80aaf01 (diff)
downloadserver-2.2-beta2.tar.gz
Add instructions for installation from a read-only directory2.2-beta2
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@@ -39,11 +39,17 @@ to build and install packages in /kolab. The command output will
be logged to install-kolab.log so that you have a reference in case
an errors occurs during installation.
+The install script needs to be able to write in the current working
+directory, so if you want to keep this directory clean or install
+install packages from a read-only location (e.g. CD-ROM), you can create
+a new directory and pass the path to the packages to the script using
+the -i option:
+
+# /path/to/packages/install-kolab.sh -H -F -i /path/to/packages
+
If you do not want to install the Horde groupware client and/or the
free/busy view tool, you can drop the flag "-H" and/or "-F".
-FIXME: document install from read-only location (e.g. cdrom)
-
By default, the Kolab server will now be started at boottime, so you
have to bootstrap the server configuration now to prevent unconfigured
components from being started.