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AndreB

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Hi,

I updated a machine to Debian 8 (64 bit). We want to keep sysvinit and not use systemd.

Now I want to install Kerio Connect fresh. It was never installed on this system before.

Every time I get "Failed to get D-Bus connection".

D-Bus is installed and running.
I also have a package systemd installed but the active init system is sysvinit.

If i remove this systemd package i can install Kerio Connect but it doesn't start after installation. There is no script in /etc/init.d/.
The service command says kerio-connect isn't recognized.

Is Kerio Connect 8.5 only working with systemd in Debian 8.5?

I can't find any information about Connect and the different init systems.

Thank for your help.
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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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Kerio Connect is designed to run with default init systems on each Linux version. For Debian 8 it is systemd.
We do not test nor support any other alternative init system than default one.
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