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Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Savannah - Update

From: Marcus Frischherz
Subject: Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Savannah - Update
Date: Mon, 05 Jan 2004 17:20:18 +0100
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Should cvs work now again, or still not? When I try it, I get:

cvs [update aborted]: connect to failed: Connection timed out

All the tarballs I tried suffered the problem that they were not able to upgrade the database. So I want to wait for the cvs version.


Alex Borges wrote:

Marcus, dont worry, the latest cvs version of phpgw does import your
database well. This was finished last week (it was quite a hard thing to
do, it has changed a lot). We have worked in as much upgrade paths as
has been possible (imagine.... 14 ldap accounts, ldap addressbook; sql
accounts, ldap addressbook; ldap accounts, sql addressbook; both
sql....etc. They all work as well as has been possible)

Right now, savanah is down so you cant get the latest.You can get
snapshots of latest stuff in the site.

If you have troubles please report back, we need you to test the upgrade
procedure. One note though, upgrade can take quite a while, so you need
to change your timeout variable in apache configuration so that it
doesnt expire the connection too soon. You can change it back after

El sáb, 06-12-2003 a las 15:08, Marcus Frischherz escribió:

Sad to hear the news about the break-ins.

I tried to finally get a version of phpGW, which would be able to migrate my existing database and have alarm management for the calender. I downloaded the version 0.9.16 and the head tarball. They both seem to be quite useless. All files on the toplevel are missing, most of all the index.html file.

Meanwhile I also tried to play with egroupware, but that is not able to migrate the 0.9.14 database either. I seem to be stuck with 0.9.14, or I have my users and myself enter all data again. Bit in this case I don't know whether I will stay with phpgw.


Dave Hall wrote:

Hi all,

This is a copy of the news item from the website.

Unfornately is currently down. See the statement on
their website for more information. ( )
We are in the process of setting up a temporary cvs repository for
developers. We will provide nightly builds of the 3 main branches - 14,
16 and HEAD via our website.

For the time being, the latest versions of each branch will be available
from here:
  * HEAD -
  * 14 -
  * 16 -

We hope this is a short disruption, and will keep you posted on

Thanks again to the probusiness crew for providing the cvs snap shots.


Dave Hall (aka skwashd)
on behalf of the phpGroupWare crew

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