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hi ,
please advice me how to Installing Kolab 3.1 on a new Ubuntu 13.10 server.
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OK. What part of the installation guide is not working: http://docs.kolab.org/installation-guide/ubuntu.html ?

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Dan
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by:Karunakar Tiwari
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hi,
I am getting error please for details please check the screenshot.
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by:Karunakar Tiwari
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Hi,
hardly i manage to install kolab 3.1 on Ubuntu 13.10,after installation when i start setup of Kolab i got error,please check the attached  error
Please advice me what step should i take to get rid from this issue."
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You need to install all the packages mentioned in your  post http:#a39838724
Have you done that?
Assuming you did, then on the Confirm Password prompt you should have typed YZHUyrUrxMn66Xd. (You should also have saved that string for future reference). Did you do that as well?
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hi,
I have Done all setup as you mention is post now when i run setup-kolab command i got error,please find the enclosed error allachment.
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and what is in the files mentioned in the error message?
/var/log/kolab/setup.{error,out}.log?
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hi
below is error in log file ,
[Setup] Info Could not copy file '/etc/dirsrv/config/certmap.conf' to '/etc/dirsrv/slapd-cytracon4/certmap.conf'.  Error: No such file or directory
[14/02/09:16:25:15] - [Setup] Fatal Error: Could not create directory server instance 'cytracon4'.
[14/02/09:16:25:15] - [Setup] Fatal Exiting . . .
Log file is '/tmp/setupFtxJ0Q.log'
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dirsrv is its default user name. You could try installing again using that instead of root, which it explicitly told you not to do. If dirsrv is not in your /etc/passwd, you could create it thus
# useradd -c dirsrv -d / -r -s /bin/false -U dirsrv

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No one can log in as dirsrv so you don't really need a password. You can use passwd dirsrv as root to give it one if you like.
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Hi ,
Tried with above instruction,still i got above error,
please advice.
Could not copy file '/etc/dirsrv/config/certmap.conf' to '/etc/dirsrv/slapd-cytracon4/certmap.conf'.  Error: No such file or directory
Error: Could not create directory server instance 'cytracon4'.
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Have a look in /etc. Is there a dirsrv directory at all? With what contents, if so? Is there a cetmrap.conf somewhere else? (find /etc -name cetmrap.conf)
If you have followed the install instructions exactly and it has failed, then you have encountered a bug. You should report it to Kolab.org. Ideally you would install on a clean system first (i.e. not a system already containing a failed install as you have now). Can you run up a VM and try that?
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the dirsrv directory is created with it's contents during the aptitude install kolab part.
Did you have error messages there?

(error message may be in /var/log/setup.*.log
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