This document is intended as a base to install Kopano products using our repositories
This document is intended to be used by experienced system administrators and engineers who have in-depth knowledge of both Linux and MySQL environments.
Use these suggestions at your own risk and only if you know what you are doing.
These instructions are intended as pointers and not as a definitive configuration, as every environment can be set up differently.
Also keep in mind that some steps in this guide can take time depending on the size and complexity of your environment.
Kopano repositories require a valid license and Portal login. You need to use your valid Kopano serial in your repository configuration.
Our repositories are available at https://download.kopano.io/supported/. Use the following examples to configure repositories for your operating system:
Example repository configurations
To add a Kopano Core and Webapp repository for Debian (version 8 in this example), use:
Other components can be added as well of course.
For Debian-based distributions, we recommend to import the key as well. These keys are the same for all components, so only need to be imported once.
To add a Kopano repository for Ubuntu (version 16.04 in this example), use:
We recommend to import the key as well:
Red Hat Enterprise Linux
We are using RHEL 7 and Kopano Core in this example;
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server
Installing the packages
You can now install the desired Kopano packages using apt, yum or zypper. Manually pick the packages you want to install, install the meta package 'kopano-server-packages' and kopano-webapp, or kopano*. The meta package kopano-server-packages will install: