@longsleep Thanks for identifying this. This seems to be a long standing issue and you are right, unlikely to be resolved at any time soon. Back to the drawing board for me to use a libc based system. I was so close!
@tboernert Thanks for starting this thread.
We are also looking for a CalDAV solution similar to the Calendso tool @tiredofit shared. This solution would be a scheduling frontend for the public to use to request appointments based on the availability of our staff’s Kopano Calendars. We like how “availability” is shown when booking a meeting with suggested times that work for all attendees. Maybe the public calendar could follow a similar layout/function? We would definitely prefer a native Kopano addition supporting CalDAV. I can throw $500 in as a bounty if that will help support the development. Would love to see a public facing calendar added.
Hi @fbartels ,
thanks for not calling me a complete idiot. Of course using ssh. I’m not a server guy but done a few things with some raspberries. To my apologize, I would like to say that I’ve been more on the arduino track in the last two years.
in general we adopted semantic versioning for our software a while ago, which specifies when a new tag should be major, minor or patch.
The mix of versions in Core can be explained in the following way:
8.7 is the current stable for all customers
9.x is part of Kopano One and brings a nice licensing component, Kopano One is the recommended installation for new customers
because of the new licensing component users upgrading from 8.7 need to convert their subscription key, which requires some more automation to provide a smooth transition
11.x is the head of our main development branch
Weird, judging from past occurrences I would guess that more likely the build process if broken than that this is a conscious decision to only support limited operating systems? I have no clue though.
I don’t think it’s a problem for your upgrade, I would disable the kopano services with systemd, then upgrade ubuntu 18.04 => 20.04 and then install the new packages (via a local repository is probably the best way). This should overwrite the old ones and sort out dependencies. Or you make a list of all kopano packages and remove them before upgrading (config and database will stay unless you “purge” instead of “remove”).
If you need old packages for ubuntu 18.04 PM me, i have
core-184.108.40.206.a68bc0f-Ubuntu_18.04-amd64.tar.gz from Apr 21
which is likely the last one that was offered here for download (i download 18.04 and 20.04 core archives weekly with a script if there are new versions, this is the most recent 18.04 version my script downloaded)
And when will the current release fix for a memory exhaustion issue forwarded to the community and the other versions?
Changes are done first in the master branch (the one branch where you can downloads nightly binary builds of) and are from there backported/cherry-picked to the relevant release branches (8.x, 9.x, …).