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Am using Ubuntu 14.04. Am stuck with the following issue:

My goal is to install and have running HORDER GROUPWARE 5.2 on my Domain/Hosting:

Download on Github:
https:// github .com/horde/horde/releases/tag/groupware-5.2.2
Installation on Github:
https://github.com/horde/horde/tree/master/bundles/groupware
Demo:
http://demo.horde.org/

Quick Install

These are very terse instructions how to install Horde Groupware and its prerequisites on a LAMP sytem. They are addressed to experienced administrators who know exactly what they are doing. For more detailed instructions, start reading below at Prerequisites_.

  1. Compiling PHP for Apache 2::

    cd php-x.x.x/ ./configure --with-apxs2=/usr/sbin/apxs2 \ --with-gettext --enable-mbstring=all --enable-mbregex \ --with-gd --with-png-dir=/usr --with-jpeg-dir=/usr \ [--with-mysql|--with-pgsql|--with-oci8] [--with-tidy] [--with-ftp] make make install

Can't even start with this method couse there is not such "php-x.x.x" folder on my ubuntu root, and there is not such think on internet called "compiling php for apache2". Any idea?

  1. Restart Apache.

  2. Register Horde PEAR channel::

    pear channel-discover pear.horde.org

  3. Set Horde installation directory::

    pear install horde/horde_role pear run-scripts horde/horde_role

  4. Install Horde Groupware::

    pear install -a -B horde/groupware

  5. Run installation script::

    groupware-install

  6. Test Horde Groupware::

    http:// your-server /horde/test.php

So I try to install it with the other way that is explained on the INSTALLATION guide:

Prerequisites

The following prerequisites are REQUIRED for Horde Groupware to function properly.

  1. A webserver that supports PHP.

    Horde Groupware is primarily developed under the Apache and Lighttpd webservers, which we recommend. These servers are available from:

    http:// httpd.apache .org/ http:// www.lighttpd .net/

(MY NOTE: i use Apache 2 I have LAMP already installed and functioning well on my OS)

OK! Done,

  1. A web server with PATH_INFO support.

    The dynamic interfaces of Horde Groupware requires a web server that correctly sets the PATH_INFO environment variable for all PHP scripts. Every modern web server supports this, but you might have to enable this feature in the web server configuration. e.g. Apache servers require::

    AcceptPathInfo On

    Lighttpd servers require::

    "broken-scriptfilename" => "enable"

Can't continue from this point couse I can't find on internet "How to config the web server apache and change AcceptPathInfo to ON,

  1. PHP 5.3.0 or above.

    PHP is the interpreted language in which Horde Groupware is written.

    .. Note:: If possible, you should install PHP with your operating system's package manager. Alternatively you build PHP yourself.

    To build PHP from sources, you can obtain it at

    http:// www.php .net/

    Follow the instructions in the PHP package to build PHP for your one of the following options:: system. If you use Apache, be sure to build PHP as a library with

    --with-apache --with-apxs --with-apxs2

etc, etc, etc more on the INSTALLATION link.

Any idea on how to keep installing it? there is no resources on internet (videos, or tutorials) on how to install it in a different way or somethink, only for older versions like HORDER GROUPWARE 1.2 but this is really old software, what am trying to install is the 5.2

Do you have expirience with this issues? Any guidance is apreciated!

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I recommend this excellent how-to for the setup of a complete mail/groupware solution based on Horde Webmail. It ist written for Ubuntu 12.04 but works on 14.04 also:

https://www.exratione.com/2012/05/a-mailserver-on-ubuntu-1204-postfix-dovecot-mysql/

See 19) for the Horde Webmail installation.

Author: Reason

Horde 5 is a groupware framework that includes applications focused on webmail. Putting it in place is a mix of apt-get and PECL / Pear package installations, much of which I lifted from the Ubuntu guide for Horde 4 and then adapted to this server setup. The first step is to install as many of the needed packages as possible through apt-get:

apt-get install php5-dev php5-sasl php-pear php5-tidy php5-imagick 
apt-get install php5-geoip libgeoip1 geoip-bin geoip-database
apt-get install php-xml-serializer php5-memcache php-soap php5-intl
apt-get install libidn11-dev libmagickwand-dev libmagick++4 imagemagick
apt-get install libsasl2-dev libssh2-php libphp-jpgraph php-http-webdav-server

Next update the PECL and Pear package managers and install the remaining required packages:

pecl channel-update pear.php.net
pear channel-update pear.php.net
pecl install lzf
pear install --alldeps channel://pear.php.net/Date_Holidays-0.21.5
pear install --alldeps channel://pear.php.net/Date_Holidays_UNO-0.1.3
pear install --alldeps channel://pear.php.net/Date_Holidays_USA-0.1.1
pear install --alldeps channel://pear.php.net/Numbers_Words-0.16.2
pear install --alldeps channel://pear.php.net/Text_CAPTCHA-0.4.3

Next up is installing the Horde components. Start with these commands:

pear channel-discover pear.horde.org
pear install horde/Horde_role
pear run-scripts horde/Horde_role

At this point, you will be prompted to enter the "Filesystem location for the base Horde application" - so enter the full path to your webroot without a trailing slash, i.e. /var/www. Next, start the installation process with the command below. This will take a while to run to completion:

pear install -a -B horde/webmail

At this point it is a good idea to make sure that all of your PHP extensions are in fact enabled. Some may not be; the following commands ensure that the configuration files that were missing in my installation trial run are created, and then restart Apache to pick them up:

echo "extension=memcache.so" > /etc/php5/conf.d/memcache.ini
echo "extension=lzf.so" > /etc/php5/conf.d/lzf.ini
service apache2 restart

The Horde application will now be sitting in your webroot, but owned by root. So change the ownership to the Apache user:

chown -R www-data:www-data /var/www The installation will have overwritten /var/www/.htaccess, so edit that file to reinstate your

mod_rewrite rule that redirects all traffic to HTTPS. It will look much like this:

allow from all

<ifmodule mod_rewrite.c="">
    RewriteEngine On

    # Add the redirect to HTTPS rule.
    RewriteCond %{SERVER_PORT} 80
    RewriteRule ^(.*) https://mail.example.com/$1 [L]

    # This is the default Horde rule.
    RewriteCond   %{REQUEST_FILENAME}  !-d
    RewriteCond   %{REQUEST_FILENAME}  !-f
    RewriteRule ^(.*)$ rampage.php [QSA,L]
</ifmodule>

Once Horde is running it is completely open to the world in order to allow initial configuration. So first lock it down to be accessible from your IP address only - at least until you have an administrator and authentication set up. Do that by making this change to the /var/www/.htaccess file - in the example below replace 10.10.10.10 with the IP address you are using:

#allow from all

# Remove this block when done
Order deny,allow
deny from all
allow from 10.10.10.10
allow from 127.0.0.1

You can check to see that all of the required and/or desired PHP extensions are installed and working by visiting http://mail.example.com/test.php in your browser. It will provide a list of what is and is not presently installed. This guide leaves out LDAP and PAM support in PHP, for example, as they are not needed here.

Now log in to MySQL as root:

mysql -uroot -p You will need to create a MySQL database for Horde:

create database horde;
grant all on horde.* to 'horde'@'localhost' identified by 'hordepassword';

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