In this guide, example.com will be your domain and 184.108.40.206 will be your IP
You will need this DNS records:
example.com. IN A 220.127.116.11
mail.example.com. IN A 18.104.22.168
example.com. IN MX 0 mail.example.com.
example.com. IN TXT “v=spf1 mx a ~all”
You can use http://www.spfwizard.net/ to generate needed SPF record.
It’s important for postfix and other mail services to have set good hostname.
Here is my article how to change linux hostname
Do it and restart your server before continuing
Downloading and installing ~280 packages may take some time, better grab some drink.
Make sure that system is up to date
Add extra packages and Kolab repo, add Kolab repo keys and finally install kolab package
Before installing, make sure to make your system up to date
I don’t recomend using Debian for Kolab, it has some problems with SMTP auth.
Thanks to Tovok7, I realized that everything is working OK with Debian, all you have to do is select “Internet Site” when installing postfix package. SMTP error 250 or 454 is not a problem after this step.
We need to answer setup questions with 7 different passwords :o
After setup I recommend to reboot your system.
http://example.com/kolab-webadmin/ and login with:
Login: cn=Directory Manager
Password LDAP manager password
Now you can add users to your domain. Rembember to set type of user “Kolab user”, default is “Contact” and it prevents user from using webpanel
Looks pretty awesome, huh ? :)
There are few options to sync mobile devices.
All iOS devices have native support for Exchange and CalDAV, CardDAV.
Most Android phones have Exchange account provider named as Corporate
For CalDAV and CardDAV your URL will be
Decent Android IMAP client K-9 Mail - Google Play
You will need some WebDAV client, point it to
WiP and only for Android
Mirakel app for Android + modified version of DAVdroid
Just install this
Not available yet
Linux hostname may be used in a lot of apps, mainly in email services.
We need to change
HOSTNAME value in
/etc/sysconfig/network and add new hostname to
All distros should be rebooted after new hostname have been changed. You can restart services but that will take probably longer.
Photoshop is a great multitool when it comes to do something with graphics, GIFs, short movies or even 3D renders.
Creative Cloud version is cheap enough to forget about crappy gimp. Unfortunately Adobe don’t support Linux distros. Luckily Wine 1.7 is good enough to handle this.
This guide is for Ubuntu 14.04 and similar like Linux Mint Rebecca 17.1. It may work on Ubuntu 12.04, let me know if you need guide for other distro in comments :)
First, we need to install wine 1.7 from PPA.
Code below will delete current wine prefix and create new 32bit prefix, 64bit version of PS don’t work as I know.
When winecfg window appears, choose Windows 7 from list and press OK.
Winetricks will ask you to manualy download 2 files and place them in folder.
Ok, so this is almost end of preparing environment. We need gecko in few versions, this script do everything for us.
Finally we can install PS, but don’t use CC installer. It will download 64bit version which doesn’t work and CC sync app which doesn’t work either. We will use link to directly download PS CC 2014 installer which surprisingly let us choose the language of PS. As I remember, standard installer doesn’t have this option.
On prodesigntools.com we can find direct links to download CC apps
For Adobe Photoshop CC 2014 we need this link: http://download.adobe.com/pub/adobe/photoshop/win/cc/AdobePhotoshop2014-32bit-mul.zip
After unpacking .zip archive we can run setup in console to see eventual errors (useful for debugging). Few errors may pop up when installing but it should install successfully.
Just go to Edit -> Preferences -> Performance and uncheck “Use Graphics Processor”.
Restart PS, problem should go away.
AKA eyedropper problem.
Your window manager must have alt shortcut for moving windows. Just replace alt with other key. That will do:
Removing this bug isn’t easy. As far I know, this problem is less annoying with graphic tablet. This bug is known:
With wacom tablet, lines apear after ~1 second after first click.
I’m working on method which will cut the lag from using mouse clicks. It will probably require to use own compiled version of wine 1.7.15 with patch applied, stay tuned for this article updates.
If your mirror don’t have yet newest packages, just download them manually