FAQ

 

How to install SOGo and SOPE through Yum

SOGo 3.x.x

If you use RedHat Enterprise Linux 5 (or an equivalent distribution like CentOS), you can install SOGo and SOPE by creating a new yum configuration file (such as /etc/yum.repos.d/SOGo.repo) with the following content:

[sogo-rhel5]
name=Inverse SOGo Repository
baseurl=http://inverse.ca/rhel-v3/5/$basearch
gpgcheck=0

If you use RedHat Enterprise Linux 6 (or an equivalent distribution like Scientific Linux), create a new yum configuration file (such as /etc/yum.repos.d/SOGo.repo) with the following content:

[sogo-rhel6]
name=Inverse SOGo Repository
baseurl=http://inverse.ca/rhel-v3/6/$basearch
gpgcheck=0

If you use RedHat Enterprise Linux 7 (or an equivalent distribution like Scientific Linux), create a new yum configuration file (such as /etc/yum.repos.d/SOGo.repo) with the following content:

[sogo-rhel7]
name=Inverse SOGo Repository
baseurl=http://inverse.ca/rhel-v3/7/$basearch
gpgcheck=0

Some of the dependencies are provided by external repositories.

Before installing SOGo, install the following package to add RPMForge to your yum repositories: http://dag.wieers.com/rpm/packages/rpmforge-release/

Once the package is installed, you'll also need to activate the RPMForge extras repository by modifying /etc/yum.repos.d/rpmforge.repo:

 [rpmforge-extras]
 ...
 enabled = 1

You will also need to add the EPEL to your yum repositories by following the instructions on their website.

On RedHat Enterprise Linux 6, gnustep packages have to be excluded from the EPEL repository in order to use the packages available on Inverse SOGo Repository.

Simply add the following line to the EPEL repo definition:

 [epel]
 ...
 exclude=gnustep-* 

SOGo 2.x.x

If you use RedHat Enterprise Linux 5 (or an equivalent distribution like CentOS), you can install SOGo and SOPE by creating a new yum configuration file (such as /etc/yum.repos.d/SOGo.repo) with the following content:

[sogo-rhel5]
name=Inverse SOGo Repository
baseurl=http://inverse.ca/downloads/SOGo/RHEL5/$basearch
gpgcheck=0

If you use RedHat Enterprise Linux 6 (or an equivalent distribution like Scientific Linux), create a new yum configuration file (such as /etc/yum.repos.d/SOGo.repo) with the following content:

[sogo-rhel6]
name=Inverse SOGo Repository
baseurl=http://inverse.ca/downloads/SOGo/RHEL6/$basearch
gpgcheck=0

If you use RedHat Enterprise Linux 7 (or an equivalent distribution like Scientific Linux), create a new yum configuration file (such as /etc/yum.repos.d/SOGo.repo) with the following content:

[sogo-rhel7]
name=Inverse SOGo Repository
baseurl=http://inverse.ca/downloads/SOGo/RHEL7/$basearch
gpgcheck=0

Some of the dependencies are provided by external repositories.

Before installing SOGo, install the following package to add RPMForge to your yum repositories: http://dag.wieers.com/rpm/packages/rpmforge-release/

Once the package is installed, you'll also need to activate the RPMForge extras repository by modifying /etc/yum.repos.d/rpmforge.repo:

 [rpmforge-extras]
 ...
 enabled = 1

You will also need to add the EPEL to your yum repositories by following the instructions on their website.

On RedHat Enterprise Linux 6, gnustep packages have to be excluded from the EPEL repository in order to use the packages available on Inverse SOGo Repository.

Simply add the following line to the EPEL repo definition:

 [epel]
 ...
 exclude=gnustep-* 

Upgrading from 2.x.x to 3.x.x

Replace the SOGo 2.x.x yum configuration file's "<code>baseurl</code>" with the one from 3.x.x, clear your cache with "<code>yum clean all</code>" then proceed to upgrade using "<code>yum update</code>".

May 06 2011 00:00