While testing Linux KVM on Debian 6, I choose to access the management tool, virt-manager, from my Mac, running OSX Lion, through an SSH connexion. I’m using a french keyboard and discovered that it was sending garbage to the virtual machines console. I couldn’t even use the default Ctrl+Alt key binding to get out of the console.
There are a few tricks to apply to solve this.
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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:
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I’m running SOGo 1.3.5 on a Debian GNU/Linux 5 with the Web front-end installed on NetBSD 5.
Today is the day when I upgrade SOGo to 1.3.6.
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Learn more about SOGo here.
Quickly sumed up, SOGo is a kind of middleware that will provide Web, CalDAV and CardDAV access to you e-mail and web clients. You can check my NetBSD and OpenBSD articles to see how to build the backend Mail/Directory/SQL services. Once this is done, you can plug SOGo on to this architecture and provide E-Mail, Calendar, AddressBook to your users via mobile phones and mail clients.
I’ll describe here how to setup the
sogod backend onto Debian GNU/Linux and the Web frontend onto NetBSD.
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Switching from DHCP to static IP on a Debian system requires only a few steps:
# /etc/init.d/networking stop
# vi /etc/network/interfaces
#iface eth0 inet dhcp
iface eth0 inet static
That’s All Folks!