Not sure this will help uou.
I'm using this feature in Domoticz on my COS server to controle my garding lightning. In Domotics you can use IPcams, so maybe you can control themnwith Domoticz
Just installed Z-push 2.35 on my production server and it looks fine.
Outlook and Active sync works and the mail is accessible.
The location of the Z-push directory is slightly different as per ClearOS, so i hope this will not interfear with coming update (if the are coming)
Ben Chambers wrote:
Does this will mean that the Kopano not will be integrated in the paid Home Editions ?
Ah yes...the bundles. I just got confirmation from Mike that the plan will be to remove Zarafa 7.2 from the Home Bundle as ClearCenter would be doing everyone a disfavour of encouraging the use of software that is (to my knowledge) no longer being maintained.
I didn't get a clear answer as to whether the Zarafa Community 7.2 will be made freely available...it's Tim's app. Again though, as nice as 'free' is, it does nobody any good if a critical piece of software (like a communication suite) is no longer being maintained.
Still some questions remaining, but my guess is that if your on any edition (Community, Home or Business) and you're looking to run a mail server, the options will be down to the 'open stack' (Cyrus, Postfix, ClamAV, Amavis, Spamasssin etc.) or Kopano Basic (and in the future, Pro).
I see in the Marketplace that Kopano Basic is available for the Business package.
Are there plans to make Kopana available for the Home Edition (with a special package price)
I've installed on my test server (running on VMware) the new Z-push 2.3.5 using the installation as per instruction on the Z-push website (https://wiki.z-hub.io/display/ZP/Installation).
After changing the /usr/share/z-push/backend/kopano/config.php script (enabling Zarafa backend by line 40-42) i see this is working.
Since i cannot fully test it, i wait before i will install it on my production server.
My question is if this will give an problems later by the ClearOS updates because i'm using the Z-push repositories.
To my opion this is fine, because the z-push repositories are the master of the package and why should adjust a packages if the source works out of the box.
Maybe the Ben or Dave can give any comment on this.
Thanks for your feedback
Tony Ellis wrote:
Do you have lm_sensors installed and configured? This is essential to get the necessary module support in place...
Looks like this Gigabyte board (GA-Z77MX-D3H) has the necessary support...
opted to stay with what BIOS had set - automatic - which works well...
Yes. LM_sensor is installed, but i think this Dell computer is very limited with options for Linux.
I believe for Windows there a more programs to use.
No problem, but sadly.....
the available frequencies
the maximum frequency
set it to the minimum for example - in your case 2000000
echo 2000000 > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_max_freq
check it worked
and set it back to whatever you saw when you initially displayed the max setting - probably 3300000
echo 3300000 > /sys/devices/system/cpu/cpu0/cpufreq/scaling_max_freq
i''l investigate this more. The greq scalling option is available.
Later... are you sure i8kutils is applicable to your system - from https://launchpad.net/i8kutils would have thought an Intel E8600 would be in a desktop and not a Dell laptop
It is a Dell Desktop ;-). The i8utils are available and i've not yet found a way to instal them.
i'm looking a way to control the fan, if this possible (which i doubt)
Do you know how you can control the remperature setpoint of the cpu/fan.
I like to change the "high" setting.
This can be done with program "i8kmon" or "i8kutils". Can this be done in ClearOS ?
The CPU frequency is also not working for me.
Processor type : Intel® Core™2 Duo Processor E8600