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tutorials:horde_groupware [2009/08/07 20:33]
razvan
tutorials:horde_groupware [2009/08/07 21:46]
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 === System settings and requirements === === System settings and requirements ===
  
-The following list shows the system configuration and setting and desired features. ​We want an Apache2 and MySQL based instance, with IMAPS login (based on an e-mail account) and the built-in wiki.+The following list shows the system configuration and setting and desired features. ​want an Apache2 and MySQL based instance, with IMAPS login (based on an e-mail account) and the built-in wiki.
  
 * Debian GNU/Linux 5.0 Lenny * Debian GNU/Linux 5.0 Lenny
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 ==== Enable Creole markup ==== ==== Enable Creole markup ====
  
-To enable [[http://​www.wikicreole.org/​wiki/​Home|Creole markup]], use the configuration menu in the {{{Administrative -> Setup -> Wicked}}} user interface.+To enable [[http://​www.wikicreole.org/​wiki/​Home|Creole markup]], use the configuration menu in the {{{Administrative -> Setup -> Wicked}}} user interface. See [[tutorials:​horde_groupware#​ui_configuration|below]].
  
 === Customization === === Customization ===
  
-Certain features of Horde can be tuned either at global level, through the use of configuration files, or at user level, through the use of the configuration interface for each user.+Certain features of Horde can be tuned either at global level, through the use of configuration files or web user interface, or at user level, through the web user interface.
  
 ==== Setup automatic configuration of default identity ==== ==== Setup automatic configuration of default identity ====
  
-When using IMP, you would like automatic configuration of the {{{Default Identity}}} (sender address). For that we use a postauthentication script, as mentioned [[http://​wiki.horde.org/​CustomizingPreferences|here]] (search {{{David Komanek}}}).+When using IMP, like automatic configuration of the {{{Default Identity}}} (sender address). For that use a postauthentication script, as mentioned [[http://​wiki.horde.org/​CustomizingPreferences|here]] (search {{{David Komanek}}}).
  
-Update {{{$HORDE_INSTALL_DIR/​config/​hooks.php}}} with the script. Also update the postauthenticate configuration in {{{$HORDE_INSTALL_DIR/​config/​conf.php}}}+Update {{{$HORDE_INSTALL_DIR/​config/​hooks.php}}} with the script. Also update the postauthenticate configuration in {{{$HORDE_INSTALL_DIR/​config/​conf.php}}}:
  
 {{{ {{{
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 ==== Administrative UI configuration ==== ==== Administrative UI configuration ====
  
-The administrative UI configuration is enabled through the {{{Administration -> Setup}}} menus. As the admin user is altering ​the configuration files ({{{conf.php}}} and {{{conf.bak.php}}}), ​these must be writable by the web server user ({{{www-data}}} for Apache2) (the backup file must be created if it does not exist):+The administrative UI configuration is enabled through the {{{Administration -> Setup}}} menus. As the configuration files ({{{conf.php}}} and {{{conf.bak.php}}}) ​are altered through the web interfacethey must be writable by the web server user ({{{www-data}}} for Apache2) (the backup file must be created if it does not exist):
  
 {{{ {{{
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 The {{{Administration -> Setup -> Wicked}}} menu enables configuration of the built-in wiki. The usual configuration I'm doing is changing the default markup to Creole (the {{{$conf[wicked][format]}}} variable). The {{{Administration -> Setup -> Wicked}}} menu enables configuration of the built-in wiki. The usual configuration I'm doing is changing the default markup to Creole (the {{{$conf[wicked][format]}}} variable).
 +
 +=== Logging ===
 +
 +By default, Horde logs information in {{{/​tmp/​horde}}}. Configuration can be altered through the use of the web interface ({{{Administration -> Setup -> Horde -> Logging}}}) or by using the {{{$HORDE_INSTALL_DIR/​config/​conf.php}}} file:
 +
 +{{{
 +$conf['​log'​]['​priority'​] = PEAR_LOG_NOTICE;​
 +$conf['​log'​]['​ident'​] = '​HORDE';​
 +$conf['​log'​]['​params'​] = array();
 +$conf['​log'​]['​name'​] = '/​tmp/​horde.log';​
 +$conf['​log'​]['​params'​]['​append'​] = true;
 +$conf['​log'​]['​type'​] = '​file';​
 +$conf['​log'​]['​enabled'​] = true;
 +}}}
tutorials/horde_groupware.txt · Last modified: 2009/08/07 21:46 by razvan