The Kolab Weekly

Welcome back to the Kolab weekly. In these weeklies, I summarize what’s been happening in the Kolab universe 😉 Product Ownership I’m pleased to announce we have an official product owner: me. More on this later, but … This means that I’m in charge of understanding what the needs are for feature requests that come… Continue reading The Kolab Weekly

The Kolab Weekly

This week in the Kolab universe … euh, I don’t know precisely. I was not in the office for most of the week, consulting a customer on-site, so I can only mention some things and might end up glancing over others; Unified, Shorter Sprints Our sprints are now unified, meaning that the desktop client, server… Continue reading The Kolab Weekly

Run Kube in Just 65 Fewer Easy Steps

In a previous blog post, I listed 69 steps necessary to get Kube running. You didn’t really think I was going to leave it at that though, right? So, here’s 65 fewer steps: Add the repository configuration: $ sudo wget -O/etc/yum.repos.d/Kube:Winterfell.repo \ https://obs.kolabsys.com/repositories/Kube:/Winterfell/Fedora_23/Kube:Winterfell.repo Import the GPG public key used to sign the packages: $ rpm… Continue reading Run Kube in Just 65 Fewer Easy Steps

Run Kube in Just 69 Easy Steps

Step 1: First, get yourself a Fedora 23 installation — the workstation edition with a GNOME desktop is recommended, so you don’t run in to conflicts when we start building and installing parts of KDE Frameworks. Step 2: Install the following necessities to get started: # dnf -y install cmake gcc-c++ git make Step 3:… Continue reading Run Kube in Just 69 Easy Steps