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This is a copy of the original post on http://yourlinuxguy.com/?p=916.
It looks like some people are working very hard out there to try and preserve iFolder for future versions of Opensuse. To those people (the NoFolder crew, Ravi Kumar, etc.), I’m indebted; I simply would be at a loss without iFolder. Yes, I use DropBox, and a couple other things, but there’s just nothing like iFolder for complete control over the server and the sync’d content.
But the sad fact is, it has suffered a bit of neglect as of late. Okay, a LOT of neglect. And you’re probably here because you have an Opensuse 12.1 (or 11.4) server, and you tried to install iFolder 3.8.x on it, and had some trouble.
Notes: I strongly recommend you see my old post about setting up iFolder 3.8 on Opensuse 11.1 for background and additional detail, as this post will be brief and to-the-point without much supporting detail. All the work in this doc was performed on the x86_64 version of Opensuse, and was tested on both 12.1 and 11.4.
FIRST, you need a working Apache2 installation with SSL support. Find previous post if you need help with this.
We need to install below packages :
And run all 3 configuration scripts and please note that you must use an alternative simias datastore location of
simias-server-setup ifolder-admin-setup ifolder-web-setup NOTE: When asked for server address, use a fully qualified server address as below :
Public URL: https://192.168.0.79/simias10
Private URL: https://192.168.0.79/simias10
Public URL: https://ifolder01.MyDomainName.com:52443/simias10
Private URL: https://192.168.0.79/simias10
…and now my external clients can connect via the ifolder client, and sync seems to be working.
NOTE 2 : Don’t use default server data folder. I use /home/iFolder/
A note about the next step: If you just stopped here, you’d be able to pull up the /admin page, but not log in; you’d get a red message saying that your password doesn’t match or whatever. I see this error quite commonly out there… So let’s change the FlaimWrapper softlink pointer to an existing location:
rm /usr/lib64/simias/web/bin/FlaimWrapper.so ln -s /usr/lib64/libFlaimWrapper.so.0 /usr/lib64/simias/web/bin/FlaimWrapper.so
And lastly, restart stuff:
rcSuSEfirewall2 restart;rcapache2 stop; rcapache2 start
And that should do it! Log in at /admin, configure some users, etc., etc., etc. I’m guessing you are here because you know already how to *use* iFolder, just got stuck installing and configuring it, so I’ll not go into any usage detail.
By the way, the NoFolder.com page has some good troubleshooting tips, but if you follow these steps accurately, and you use the SAME hostname throughout the configuration, you should be fine.
See, it’s not that bad. And it’s totally worth it. Enjoy!
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Today, we managed to implement a solution that allows RTL Arabic support for OpenERP 5.0.11 reporting engine on our openSuSE 11.1 64 bits server.
It has to do with enabling RTL in ReportLab, which is used by OpenERP to produce PDF reports. Also, OpenERP server code has to be patched to allow it to identify RTL and LTR test direction. OpenERP reporting engine is by default recognizes LTR only.
Support for unicode characters has to be enabled to allow the display of Arab and Hebrew characters.
No more details can be provided as although the solution is open source, we don’t have the permission from the author to publish it.
iFolder is a simple and secure storage solution that can increase your productivity by enabling you to back up, access and manage your personal files-from anywhere, at any time. Once you have installed iFolder, you simply save your files locally-as you have always done-and iFolder automatically updates the files on a network server and delivers them to the other machines you use.
Using iFolder, you can designate any network server as an iFolder server and publish information to a personal iFolder created on that server. Once your folder is established, you can install iFolder on the computers you regularly use and download information from your personal iFolder to any of those computers. Not only that, but using iFolder, you can also invite other iFolder users to share your files in the same safe and secure way so that your teams always have the most relevant copy of a document.
You can download iFolder server for openSuSE 10.3 from this URL : http://www.ifolder.com/download/
But installing iFolder server on openSuSE 11.1 is a bit tedious as mono packages packed with version 11.1 are a bit advanced for iFolder. Find below instructions to help you out :
– Install iFolder server and plugins from this repo.
– Configure apache2 with SSL support.
– Setup by typing as root :
in console and follow question given by each command.
– Change folder directory to /etc/apache2/conf.d by cd command and copy all .conf file to /etc/apache2 with cp command on console.
– Start apache service by typing service rcapache2 start in console.
– Allow services http and https in Firewall.
And you’re done.
If you experience the following error code while the client is trying to connect to the server : Authentication Status Code: Unknown. The problem can be solved by NOT choosing the default server data location while running simias-server-setup. I have chosen /home/iFolder instead and that solved my problems. The server will create the folder for you with correct setup and permissions.
I would like to thank http://www.decriptor.com/2009/05/22/ifolder-on-opensuse-11-1/ for helping in creating the repository and making the above information available.
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