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[Sticky] Installation and upgradation of Carbonio CE


Md. Shariful Islam
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Hi @all,

Good evening.

We are very glad and thankful to you for your proactive responses during each new release to make our every step confident and useful for this community.

You can find all the details related to the new installation or up-gradation of the existing system to the new release on our official documentation page.

But to make your ways a little bit easier, we always try our best. So bear with me:

 

For clean installation:

Follow our official documentation.
You may also find this post useful.

 

For Up-gradation:

Do followings:

apt clean
apt update

apt upgrade

[You have successfully upgraded your system]

 

Note: Take a close at the list of packages that are going to be upgraded in this process.
If it has any DB(-db) package in this list, then you need to bootstrap the corresponding Database by running:

PGPASSWORD=DB_ADM_PWD carbonio-files-db-bootstrap carbonio_adm 127.0.0.1

 

Finally, run:

pending-setups

su - zextras
zmcontrol restart

 

 

Special case:

Some of you might have done this far but are still unable to access the admin panel. So the next part is useful for you. Now we have to install the below-mentioned packages to access our brand-new and dynamic admin panel:

 

apt install carbonio-admin-ui carbonio-admin-console-ui -y

 

Restart your services

 

su - zextras
zmcontrol restart

 

[With this you have successfully installed the necessary resources to access the new admin panel.
As these packages are included in the step -3 of the official documentation, it will not be an issue for the new installation.

 

I thought this information would be helpful to you guys.

 

That's all.

 

Thanks again for being with us.

 

Regards,
Sharif

This topic was modified 2 months ago 3 times by Md. Shariful Islam

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dominix
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Hi Sharif, sadly I only got error like :

E: Failed to fetch https://repo.zextras.io/rc/ubuntu/pool/carbonio-admin-login-ui_0.9.0-1_amd64.deb 403 Forbidden [IP: x.x.x.x. ...]


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nitram
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Why is there no article on this page here? Free ssl certificate for carbonio ce – Zextras Community 


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Md. Shariful Islam
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@dominix 

Hi,

Sorry to hear that.

I can see you are using rc channel instead of the release.

Could you please use release instead of rc and let us know the result?

Try using below steps to add release in your repository:

wget https://repo.zextras.io/inst_repo_ubuntu.sh
chmod +x inst_repo_ubuntu.sh
./inst_repo_ubuntu.sh

Thanks

Sharif
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Md. Shariful Islam
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@nitram 

Hi,

Thank you for your comment.

Due to some changes, we are updating that article. It will be available soon.

Thank you for being with us.

Thanks,
Sharif
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Md. Shariful Islam
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@nitram 

Hi,

Hope you are doing well.

We have updated the Let's encrypt certificate installation article. It is again available on our blog.

Check out this link.

Hope it helps.

Thanks and regards,
Sharif
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dominix
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@shariful-islam 

sounds good with "release" instead of "rc" , it install correctly. 

however I have now  lost the interface to carbonioadmin 

https://carboniohost:7071/ ->>  HTTP ERROR 404 Not Found


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dominix
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Posted by: @dominix

@shariful-islam 

sounds good with "release" instead of "rc" , it install correctly. 

however I have now  lost the interface to carbonioadmin 

https://carboniohost:7071/ ->>  HTTP ERROR 404 Not Found

sorry, no more problems with Admin, just needed reboot.


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Md. Shariful Islam
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@dominix 

Hi,

Glad to hear that it is solved.

BTW, with this release (22.10.0) we have launched our brand new admin panel which can be accessed via port 6071.
i.e.
https://mail.example.com:6071/login

Anyways, thank you so much for your effort to be with us, guide us and help us to improve.

Thanks and regards,

Sharif


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