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Old 11th May 2009, 12:39
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Default Horde on ISPC3 and Debian 5.0 Lenny

Hi all,

I have installed the Horde Groupware Webmail Edition on a system with Debian 5.0 Lenny in combination with ISPConfig 3. I created a new domain in ISPC3 as horde.mydomain.com. I have used the following how-to to install horde on ISPConfig 3:


When you install the horde database please use the script <your horde-root>/scripts/sql/groupware.mysql.sql to install the horde database instead of the script <your horde-root>/scripts/sql/create.mysql.sql. This will create all needed databases. Please do mind the password settings of the script.

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Configuring and testing Horde Groupware Webmail Edition

Open a console and run the following script as root:

<your horde-root>/scripts/setup.php

and respons to the questions asked like the next:
Code:
What is the web root path on your web server for this installation, i.e. the path of the address you use to access Horde Groupware Webmail Edition in your browser? [/horde-webmail] Hit enter

Configuration Menu
    (0) Exit
    (1) Configure database settings
    (2) Create database or tables
    (3) Configure administrator settings

Type your choice: 1

What database backend should we use? [false]
    (false) [None]
    (dbase) dBase
    (ibase) Firebird/InterBase
    (fbsql) Frontbase
    (ifx) Informix
    (msql) mSQL
    (mssql) MS SQL Server
    (mysql) MySQL
    (mysqli) MySQL (mysqli)
    (oci8) Oracle
    (odbc) ODBC
    (pgsql) PostgreSQL
    (sqlite) SQLite
    (sybase) Sybase

    
Type your choice: mysql
Request persistent connections? [0]
Username to connect to the database as* [] horde
Password to connect with [] mypassword

How should we connect to the database? [unix]
    (unix) UNIX Sockets
    (tcp) TCP/IP

Type your choice: enter
Location of UNIX socket [] enter
Database name to use* [] horde
Internally used charset* [iso-8859-1] enter

Configuration Menu
    (0) Exit
    (1) Configure database settings
    (2) Create database or tables
    (3) Configure administrator settings

Type your choice: 0
You need to install the software in the web-root directory of the domain.

I hope this will help you. I don't know if anything is the same on other operating systems. I am not the author of the how-to.
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