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    Hi Felix, we managed to do so
    ->

    Sure, no rocket, but it works! Me proud.

    PS: Has someone managed to use WA with nginx?

    Greets,
    Sebastian

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    Hej!

    Yes, I got WebAccess, WebApp, Z-Push and CardDav working with Nginx/php-fpm. All this is running on Archlinux RaspberryPi and Odroid U3.

    RaspberryPi works fine for one user. More will cause delayed push-notifications etc. Best solution for more than one user so far is the Odroid U3. Stunning performance!

    Check this out!

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    Who's interested into following packages?

    - zarafa-webaccess-arm
    - zarafa-webapp-arm
    - zarafa-z-push-arm

    All the best,
    MartiMcFly

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    Why is my last post not shown here? The searchresult is finding keywords but not showing my post.
    Last edited by martimcfly; 26-03-2014 at 11:08 AM.

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    Your post was automatically moderated due to external links.
    Before making a new thread, please make sure that you have searched on our forums and read the Zarafa documentation.

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    After a year of testing I can tell that the Odroid u3 setup is absolutely stable. Even with the Raspberry the performance seemed to be better running archlinux with hardfloating support.

    I created this packages to be capable of updates and sharing. All of them bring php, php-fpm and nginx configs...

    hxxps://aur.archlinux.org/packages/zarafa-webapp/
    hxxps://aur.archlinux.org/packages/z-push/
    hxxps://aur.archlinux.org/packages/sabre-zarafa/

    hxxps://aur.archlinux.org/packages/zarafa-libvmime/
    hxxps://aur.archlinux.org/packages/zarafa-libical/
    hxxps://aur.archlinux.org/packages/zarafa-server-arm/

    You can use them for archlinux on raspberry or any other arm device.

    For more information on Archlinux...

    hxxp://archlinuxarm.org/platforms/armv7/broadcom/raspberry-pi-2
    hxxps://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Yaourt

    Have fun!

    Marti

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    For everybody who is using ARM / Raspberry or other low resource device I have added the working and relevant settings (zarafa, mysql, postfix, nginx etc.) in my git repository:



    In case, you want to share: Please mention my blog and use links. This way everybody's able to benefit from updates.

    As soon as possible, I will explain everything on my blog

    Have fun!

    Marti

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    Old thread but wonder if anybody is running zarafa on the raspberry pi ?
    Resources I found are and

    Running zarafa 7.1.8 on synology but cannot upgrade to DSM 6, so trying to rehost on the pi.
    Was able to recompile several dependent packages (gnutls, libical, libvmime) however compiling 7.1.2 is still failing for me (after compiling for 20 mins or so.
    Just wonder if anybody else tried to host zarafa 7.2.X and pi and if instructions to compile or package are available

    running raspbian not arch Linux (maybe I need to switch over unsure)
    Last edited by NicoSchuurmans; 15-11-2016 at 08:26 PM.

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    Hey NicoSchuurmans,

    the question is on which Raspberry Pi I tested Zarafa positive on RPI2, RPI3 Odroid U3 and Odroid XU4.

    Debian caused me a lot of pain. Packages from their repository might be to old. And it's not very easy to compile, create isolated and installable packages for it. So you do 'make install' very often, which only copies files into your system. No chance for any uninstall or update. And remember the dependencies, which make you recompile the whole chain. At this point I had to reinstall my system very often.

    I love the guys who release the tutorials on how to build zarafa. But these are static and you have to rethink everything on your own, if you want updates of any kind.

    That's the reason why I moved to archlinux. It has a huge user repository (AUR). From this simple and user maintained scripts you can compile, build and install almost any package from, even it's not contained in the official package repository. There you'll find the build scripts I create for zarafa, too

    When you're lazy with updates like me, then you'll love that upgrades come with normal updates, since archlinux is a rolling release and the package repositories aren't tied to a fixed major version. Pacman (the package manager) keeps track of dependencies and versions.

    And the thing I like most about archlinux are the good thought through wiki pages. You just have to google for something like 'archlinux ...' and you'll find something helpfull!

    Because I know how fast dependencies are updated, I automatically rebuild all the zarafa packages, every week. You can see that on the package release number (last number) -> (zarafa-server 7.2.4.29-79). Or see the changes in my overview.

    xttps://pietma.com/zarafa-packages-for-arch-linux-overview/
    xttps://pietma.com/run-and-access-zarafa/
    xttps://pietma.com/zarafa-packages-for-arch-linux-arm/

    xttps://aur.archlinux.org/
    xttps://aur.archlinux.org/packages/?O=0&K=zarafa
    xttps://aur.archlinux.org/cgit/aur.git/tree/PKGBUILD?h=zarafa-server

    xttps://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Makepkg

    PS. When you need help, then just leave me a question on my blog. I usally answer those very quickly.

    MartiMcFly
    Last edited by martimcfly; 16-11-2016 at 02:01 PM. Reason: more information

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