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installation:rpm [2012/11/27 08:01]
stefanj [OpenBuildService RPMS]
installation:rpm [2014/01/07 12:00] (current)
stefanj [What to do after package installation?]
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 Right now we support the following distributions: Right now we support the following distributions:
-  * openSUSE 12.1, 12.2, tumbleweed, factory +  * openSUSE 12.2, 12.3, tumbleweed, factory 
-  * fedora 16, 17+  * fedora 17, 18
   * Mandriva 2010, 2010.1, 2011   * Mandriva 2010, 2010.1, 2011
   * RHEL 5, 6   * RHEL 5, 6
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 ====== What to do after package installation? ====== ====== What to do after package installation? ======
  
-First of all you have to execute /usr/sbin/citadel-setup to initialize the database and set the administrator user and his password. I suggest to keep the default values unless you know what you are doing (exception: don't let citadel-setup create/change the init/rc scripts). After setup has finished, adjust the settings in /etc/sysconfig/citadel and /etc/sysconfig/webcit to your needs. The changes will take effect after you restarted citadel and/or webcit (service [citadel|webcit|webcits] restart).+Check if the citadel service is running by executing 'service citadel status'. If it is not running, then you'll start it with 'service citadel start'. 
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 +Then you can execute '/usr/sbin/citadel-setupto initialize the database and set the administrator user and his password. I suggest to keep the default values unless you know what you are doing (exception: don't let citadel-setup create/change the init/rc scripts). 
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 +After setup has finished, adjust the settings in /etc/sysconfig/citadel and /etc/sysconfig/webcit to your needs. The changes will take effect after you restarted citadel and/or webcit (service [citadel|webcit|webcits] restart). 
 If something doesn't work as expected, then take a look into citadel's logfile /var/log/citadel.log (default with rsyslog) or /var/log/mail. Webcit will log to /var/log/webcit/* (default with rsyslog). If something doesn't work as expected, then take a look into citadel's logfile /var/log/citadel.log (default with rsyslog) or /var/log/mail. Webcit will log to /var/log/webcit/* (default with rsyslog).
  
-Please note that Citadel only supports systemd on recent fedora, openSUSE and Mandriva. Therefore starting and stopping the services may be a little bit different.+Please note that Citadel only supports systemd on recent fedora, openSUSE and Mandriva. Therefore starting and stopping the services may be a little bit different (e.g. systemctl citadel.service start).
  
  
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