the group administration is available for users with appropriate access data of the repo.
The installation in a 19.1 Docker installation must be done on the host. Exactly the same way as in the 17.1 as “simple” package installation (in the example Ubuntu/Debian):
import the key
wget -O - http://USERNAME:PASSWORD@download.egroupware.org/repos/community/xUbuntu_17.10/Release.key | apt-key add -
echo ‘deb http://USERNAME:PASSWORD@download.egroupware.org/repos/community/xUbuntu_17.10/ ./’ >/etc/apt/sources.list.d/community.list
update package sources
install group app
apt install egroupware-epl-groups
The group administration is carried out according to
installed and passed on to the appropriate place in the EGw docker container. This means that the installation is retained even if the EGroupware container is updated.
Due to the integration of the repository, updates of the group administration will be offered in the future as well.
The packages are currently not created for newer distributions. Since there are no distribution dependencies, the latest versions/directories can be included. An overview is provided by calling :
Don’t be surprised: The group administration has a status of ‘1.1.20180412’. This is correct, because it is the last valid/working state until today.
For questions, suggestions, etc. please as always create a separate topic in the forum and refer to this article.