Einen Patch aus GitHub installieren
As a rule, new installation/update packages or an EGroupware docker container are “built” approximately every 4 weeks. If this is too long or if you want to test it in advance, fixed files are available for download in GitHub.
- single commits can build on each other, i.e. you can usually only install one commit as a patch that only modifies files that have not been changed since the maintenance release.
You need the URL of the commit (preferred from the 19.1 branch). E.G.
To this URL you have to append .patch and execute the following commands:
curl $patch | docker exec -i egroupware patch -p1 -d /usr/share/egroupware-sources
docker-compose restart egroupware
If something in the container breaks down (e.g. conflict when installing the patch) you can simply restore the original state of the container with the following commands:
docker-compose rm -f
docker-compose up -d
For EGroupware <19.1 and installations without Docker download the fixed file and replace the file in the EGroupware installation accordingly. After that a restart of the web server and a deletion of the web browser cache is useful/necessary.
The files to be exchanged should be saved or renamed. This makes it easy to undo the changes.