Since I upgraded my iPhone to iOS 6, I get weird issues with the SOGo Calendar. Looking at the ChangeLog, it seems it’s time to upgrade. Here are the (really simple) directions to upgrade from SOGo 1.3.14 to 2.0.2 on Debian 6.0.2 (aka Squeeze).
I used to run all of my services on the same OpenBSD server. Now that I switched to a virtualized environment, I’m on the way to dispatch the services on various virtual machines. As I have issues with the family’s iPhones and the SOGo 18.104.22.168 instance running on my OpenBSD gateway, I think it’s time to switch to an up-to-date version running elsewhere.
Here are the directions to publish a remote SOGo instance, here 1.3.13, with an OpenBSD Apache.
When connecting SOGo with MySQL, you may either use a remote or a local server.
To use a remote server, you’ll configure SOGo with such directives:
SOGoProfileURL = "mysql://sogouser:sogopass@mysqlhost:3306/sogodbname/sogo_user_profile";
To use a local MySQL server, you will need to access the
mysql.socket file. And when it is secured with chroot&friends, the
mysql.sock may not be where SOGo expects it. I have mine located at
/var/chroot/mysql/mysql.sock. Normally, you would modify
my.cnf to refer to the MySQL socket file. But, with SOGo, you must configure the directives as follow:
SOGoProfileURL = "mysql://sogouser:sogopass@%2Fvar%2Fchroot%2Fmysql%2Fmysql.sock/sogodbname/sogo_user_profile";
Just replace the
host:port section with the path of the file, replacing every “
/” with “
That’s All Folks!
Quoting it’s website, Funambol is a mobile open source platform (that) can be used for many types of mobile applications, including push email, PIM data synchronization and device management.
I will “simply” going to use it to synchronize calendars and contacts between SOGo and Microsoft Outlook.
Here are the technical directions:
sebastia@, I learned that SOGo was not build on OpenBSD/macppc (4.9) because GNUstep wasn’t:
# vi /usr/ports/x11/gnustep/gnustep.port.mk
ONLY_FOR_ARCHS = i386 amd64 macppc
# cd /usr/ports/www/sogo
# make install
Not even does it compile well but it also runs correctly ; at least during the few testings I did.