horde on freebsd6
tedm at toybox.placo.com
Tue Feb 14 00:34:30 PST 2006
Setting up Horde/IMP is what you would term a very 'non trivial'
exercise. It and it's series of ports that it's dependent on needs
to be laid into the system in a particular way or problems like
this happen. And if you want to completely take advantage of all
IMP's features such as displaying word and excel documents
that are e-mailed, spell checking, and such, you must install
a lot more ports than what are listed as dependencies. The IMP
port author was apparently shooting for a very stripped-down
IMP installation I'm afraid.
However once you do get it in, and running, it kicks the crap out
of all other webmail interfaces out there.
I have a document I can send to you that are my notes from the
last Horde/IMP install I did on 6.0, just e-mail me off list.
I must warn you though that you probably will have to scratch your
entire installation and start over. horde/IMP is not a trivial
little php app.
>From: owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
>[mailto:owner-freebsd-questions at freebsd.org]On Behalf Of Dave
>Sent: Monday, February 13, 2006 2:10 PM
>To: freebsd-questions at freebsd.org
>Subject: horde on freebsd6
> I've got php4 and apache installed on freebsd6 with several php4
>extensions. Now i want to install horde and imp to test them out while
>atempting to decide if horde would be suitable as a webmail
>solution. I try
>the install via ports, but pear always stops saying the port
>cli or cgi version of php, but i have a conflicting port
>already got php4 installed, does anyone have a workaround for this?
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