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nate.iris

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So I messed around with this for a little while. It's screwy to get up and running on Ubuntu 10.04 64-bit, but in the end not too difficult.

To get the Sun Java packages, you need to add the following to your "/etc/apt/sources.list"

deb archive.canonical.com lucid partner
# you should put an http colon slash slash in front of archive.canonical.com. the forum won't let me since it thinks that I "...cannot use links until [I] have posted more than 5 messages."


and then install the following packages (since Kerio Workspace is 32-bit only for now):

ia32-libs
sun-java6-jre
ia32-sun-java6-bin


then install the Kerio .deb. You'll need to use the --force-architecture switch to get it installed:

dpkg -i --force-architecture <kerio_workspace_deb>


Kerio Workspace will install, but fail to start, since it's looking in the wrong place for the JVM. So, edit your "/etc/init.d/kerio-workspace-application" file (on line 26 insert a new line, just after "$WORKSPACE_JAVA \")

/usr/lib/jvm/ia32-java-6-sun \


i also did a `update-alternatives --config java` and selected the ia32 version as my primary jvm, don't know if that's necessary or not.

Kerio Workspace should start correctly now. Just do a:

/etc/init.d/kerio-workspace-application start

Nathan Wittstock
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Marc Mongcal

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Any luck on Ubuntu 11.04 64-bit server?
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nate.iris

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I've not tried it, and probably won't have a chance to anytime soon. I'm guessing that the process is similar to the above, but with:

deb archive.canonical.com natty partner

...added to your "/etc/apt/sources.list". also, remember there's an http colon slash slash in front of that archive.canonical.com, but the forum won't let me type it.

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harveydov

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This will no longer work now that Oracle owns java. Java can no longer be installed from a repro.

Any one have any ideas now?
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Jaromir Obr (Kerio)

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Hi,

JRE is bundled in Kerio Workspace since version 1.1
You can install Workspace using switch --force-architecture and it should work (I just tried it in Ubuntu 8.04 x64).
But note that 64-bit Linux isn't tested/supported configuration yet.

Regards

Jaromir Obr
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flaufer

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Jaromir Obr (Kerio) wrote on Tue, 28 February 2012 11:13
Hi,

JRE is bundled in Kerio Workspace since version 1.1
You can install Workspace using switch --force-architecture and it should work (I just tried it in Ubuntu 8.04 x64).
But note that 64-bit Linux isn't tested/supported configuration yet.


Jaromir,

I am wondering whether this would also work for 64bit-Centos-6 (or any other .rpm-based 64bit install). I'm running Connect on 64bit Centos and am very happy with it... now the question comes up how I can add workspace onto the same machine without virtualization.

I'll maybe try this in the coming days...

I'm hoping that you will strongly consider supporting 64bit platforms soon.

Felix

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