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Old 6th September 2009, 13:19
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Exclamation RoundCube version 0.3-stable package for ISPConfig2

On Friday 04-09-2009 RoundCube version 0.3-stable has been released. Based on this new stable version i built a new package for ISPConfig2.
RoundCube 0.3-stable comes with the new plugin-API for flexible extensions. Click here for the full feature list.
The package can be downloaded here.

Please read the available readme file for install/upgrade instructions.

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Thanks for the new package! I am having some trouble logging-in after install, it just seems to go to a blank page.

I followed the install instructions:
Removed old files, OK
Installed new package, OK
See login page, but nothing thereafter

The only error in the log is:
Code:
[06-Sep-2009 09:50:19] PHP Fatal error:  Call to undefined function utf8_encode() in /home/admispconfig/ispconfig/web/roundcubemail/program/include/rcube_mdb2.php on line 585
One time each time I try to log-in

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Old 6th September 2009, 21:55
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Default Some hints to get it working

I've tested the RoundCube package on two different Debian Lenny servers and in both situations the RC package works fine.
So don't think there is anything wrong with the roundcube package.

It also might be that you've a cache problem, maybe restarting ispconfig by executing the command /etc/init.d/ispconfig_server restart
(I remember that this helped in the passed with previous versions of RoundCube and also phpMyAdmin.

It is very important that your server offers all the system requirements for RoundCube.
You can check if that is the case by enabling the RoundCube installer tool.
The installer tool can be found at URL http://www.example.tld:81/roundcube/installer
If you go to that URL, you will see the message:
"The installer is disabled! To enable it again, set $rcmail_config['enable_installer'] = true; in RCMAIL_CONFIG_DIR/main.inc.php"
So login into your server as root, open the file main.inc.php and change the line $rcmail_config['enable_installer'] = true; into $rcmail_config['enable_installer'] = false;
Now point to the installer URL again at http://www.example.tld:81/roundcube/installer.
The RoundCube installer tells you anything wich is wrong and why RoundCube might not work.
Important: After changing your server configuration, lock the installer tool again!
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Thanks for the quick reply! I am certain it is not the package and has something to do with my install so:

I enabled the installer and checked and got the following results:
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The following modules/extensions are required to run RoundCube:

PCRE: OK
DOM: NOT OK(See http://www.php.net/manual/en/intro.dom.php)
Session: OK
XML: NOT OK
Unfortunatly, I can find no info about instaling DOM or XML onto my Ubuntu, and wouldn't that be part of the ISPConfig instance of Apachr anyway?


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As far as i know since ISPConfig 2.2.24, php5 which comes with ISPConfig provides DOM-XML support out of the box.
So i don't know what could be wrong.
Maybe Till and/or Falko can give you some information about this.
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Wow that was a fast release! You're my personal hero. Thank you!!
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I upgraded to ISPConfig 2.2.33 and still no go. I get the same message about DOM and XML "NOT OK."

BTW, the signature on my posts is not quite right, I am trying this first on my dev server which runs on Ubuntu 8.10 (fully patched). COuld that make a difference?
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OK, even though I thought I did a "perfect install" according to the instructions, apparently I left out libxml2-dev. Here's how I fixed it and got the new, better, roundcube working:
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apt-get install libxml2-dev
cd /tmp
wget http://prdownloads.sourceforge.net/ispconfig/ISPConfig-2.2.33.tar.gz?download
tar -xzf ISPConfig-2.2.33.tar.gz
cd install_ispconfig/
./setup
Although I had already installed ISPConfig Ver 2.2.33, I simply re-installed it to enable XML support.

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Yes this works! Tks!

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is there any way to change the password without using http://xx.xx:81/mailuser/ ?? i mean an addon for roundcube3 running on ISPConfig 2.2.33 ??
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