@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!
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, …).
I have been successfully using the release on openSUSE Leap 15.2 for quite some time now. It is very close to the latest version (10.0.5) and has been VERY stable. Leap is being maintained on a “release” basis, as opposed to Tumbleweed which updates daily. If you’re really looking for something for your SMB, I highly recommend Kopano on the Leap platform. Very easy to manage, too, IMHO.
I’d be happy to have a single user. However I’d also think a baseline + per-user cost could make sense as requirements are different … guess some may have their whole family on Kopano, for me its just me.
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@burgessja yes, that is pretty much the expected way unless there would be official builds from us. The good thing about go is that you could compile it on a different system (or in a container) and just copy the resulting binary to your target system.
@worms By looking around, kopano-cli is actually a python file… just had to install an older version of kopano-core somewhere to get the file on my current install…
For now it works… until the next update where Kopano dev will remove the ability to loggin as a user with the python lib :)
I hope this will not happens… otherwise, see you next year for probably my last good bye :’(
@bhuisman openSUSE’s build service is usually really good at having the latest (within reason) versions of packages but with kopano it seems very hit and miss. I’ve been using kopano/zarafa for many years now and for a lot of that time I’ve needed to use the nightlies from kopano/zarafa but for almost the same amount of time the versions built and distributed via openSUSE have been pretty recent so I’ve used their repository.
I’d much rather just subscribe to a repository and allow updates to just be available each time I update my server rather than have to keep downloading nightlies and installing them by hand, hence my preference for using the openSUSE packages. I guess it’s reached the point where I need to go back to the nightlies direct from kopano.
Thanks for confirming. I guess I’m at where I’m at.
I may look into the nightlies if they are reasonably stable.
I can’t end up in the situation where I have an unstable mail system, as our personal email is used for all sorts of communication from my son’s school, bills, etc.
If 8.7 seems to work well, I may just run it with no internet access except postfix/mta which gets updated by Ubuntu & require my family to vpn in to use webapp & imaps. Everything else is listening on sockets/localhost at the moment.