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setup-kolab Command-Line ReferenceΒΆ

The setup-kolab command allows each component it configures for you, to be configured separately from the others. To view the list of components setup-kolab, execute setup-kolab help.

# setup-kolab help
freebusy                  - Setup Free/Busy.
help                      - Display this help.
imap                      - Setup IMAP.
kolabd                    - Setup the Kolab daemon.
ldap                      - Setup LDAP.
mta                       - Setup MTA.
mysql                     - Setup MySQL.
php                       - Setup PHP.
roundcube                 - Setup Roundcube.
syncroton                 - Setup Syncroton.

[root@kolab ~]# setup-kolab –help Usage: setup-kolab [options]

Options:
-h, --help show this help message and exit
Runtime Options:
-c CONFIG_FILE, --config=CONFIG_FILE
 Configuration file to use
-d DEBUGLEVEL, --debug=DEBUGLEVEL
 Set the debugging verbosity. Maximum is 9, tracing protocols like LDAP, SQL and IMAP.
-l LOGLEVEL Set the logging level. One of info, warn, error, critical or debug
--logfile=LOGFILE
 Log file to use
-q, --quiet Be quiet.
-y, --yes Answer yes to all questions.
LDAP Options:
--fqdn=FQDN Specify FQDN (overriding defaults).
--allow-anonymous
 Allow anonymous binds (default: no).
--without-ldap Skip setting up the LDAP server.
--with-openldap
 Setup configuration for OpenLDAP compatibility.
--with-ad Setup configuration for Active Directory compatibility.
PHP Options:
--timezone=TIMEZONE
 Specify the timezone for PHP.
--with-php-ini=PHP_INI_PATH
 Specify the path to the php.ini file used with the webserver.

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