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Fr@nk

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Hi all I am using XEN 6 as virtualisation platform

I Installed the Kerio Software Appliance (7.3.2) from the ISO
but the performance (throughput)in a VM is poor Crying or Very Sad if I compare it
with a installation on a dedicated PC.
I think it has to do with the fact that The XEN-Tools are not installed
I found out that it is possible to activate a ssh shell

The question....
How do I mount a image image (eg. XEN server tools) in order to install them within the VM
because I think that gives me the possibilty to get a better througput.

Also I would like to install Logwatch (a very handy open source automated logging tool)
but apt-get --install doesn't work

Or is there some way to install Kerio Control 7.3.2 on a Ubuntu or Debian distri?

[Updated on: Wed, 10 October 2012 16:55]

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Lucian Maly (Kerio)

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apt-get is not included in the ApE. However, you can use any of these commands, because it is based on busy-box:
http://www.busybox.net/downloads/BusyBox.html

If you have *.deb file for XEN server tools and Logwatch, you can use dpkg.

Kerio Technologies AU Pty Ltd.
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Agador

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It appears that this "solution" is no longer an option.

While BUSYBOX is installed on Operator 2.4.1 and the XEN disk drivers are now finally installed, the DPKG applet is not available making installation of the XEN-TOOLS deb package impossible.......

Currently defined functions:
[, [[, arping, ash, bunzip2, bzcat, bzip2, chpasswd, chpst,
cryptpw, cttyhack, envdir, envuidgid, ether-wake, free,
freeramdisk, ftpget, ftpput, getopt, gunzip, halt, hdparm,
hostname, ifdown, ifenslave, ifup, init, ip, ipcalc, kill,
klogd, less, logger, login, mount, nc, nmeter, nslookup,
openvt, passwd, pgrep, pidof, pipe_progress, pkill, poweroff,
ps, pscan, rdate, reboot, renice, reset, run-parts, runsv,
runsvdir, setconsole, setlogcons, setsid, setuidgid, sh,
slattach, softlimit, start-stop-daemon, strings, sulogin,
sv, svlogd, syslogd, tar, tcpsvd, telnet, test, top, udhcpc,
udpsvd, umount, unzip, uptime, watch, wget, which, zcat


It would be really helpful if Kerio would just create a XEN aware (i.e. XEN-TOOLS installed) ISO that can be used. Rather than us having to work around missing installers and support packages.

Is Kerio ever going to take any other Virtual Service Solutions seriously???

Jim

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