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Install smeserver-php-scl on a freshly installed SME 9.2

Re: Install smeserver-php-scl on a freshly installed SME 9.2
« Reply #15 on: March 16, 2021, 07:19:16 AM »
TRhanks to all of you. I think I will try the fix from Terry, and see if this can do the job, I tried yesterday again, and thought that these fixes came in automatically, but I can see that this is not the case. So...

Thanks to you all. I will post again if I need further help.
I'm happy that it looks as if my prefered Linux server is on track again.

Best regards
Henning

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Re: Install smeserver-php-scl on a freshly installed SME 9.2
« Reply #16 on: March 16, 2021, 11:14:15 PM »
I tried yesterday again, and thought that these fixes came in automatically, but I can see that this is not the case. So...
I'm happy that it looks as if my prefered Linux server is on track again.

Best regards
Henning

No worries mate, those updates will be in the normal updates repo shortly, so a straight yum update will pull them, we were just doing testing etc with different backups/restores etc just trying to make sure we didn't completely stuff up your server :-)

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Re: Install smeserver-php-scl on a freshly installed SME 9.2
« Reply #17 on: March 16, 2021, 11:16:09 PM »
Hi Terry and JP

I have tried your suggested work around, but somehow it does not work.

When I try : yum update e-smith-mysql --enablerepo=smeupdates-testing

I get:

[root@sme-10b1 init]# yum update e-smith-mysql --enablerepo=smeupdates-testing
Indl├Žste udvidelsesmoduler: fastestmirror, post-transaction-actions, priorities, smeserver
Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
 * base: mirror.softaculous.com
 * smeaddons: mirrors.rbx.opencare.nl
 * smeextras: mirrors.rbx.opencare.nl
 * smeos: mirrors.rbx.opencare.nl
 * smeupdates: mirrors.rbx.opencare.nl
 * smeupdates-testing: mirrors.rbx.opencare.nl
 * updates: mirrors.dotsrc.org
427 packages excluded due to repository priority protections
No packages marked for update

Sorry that some of the text is in Danish, but I expect that you get the meaning.

And When I try to find what version of e-smith-mysql that is installed, I get following:
[root@sme-10b1 /]# yum list e-smith-mysql
Indl├Žste udvidelsesmoduler: fastestmirror, post-transaction-actions, priorities, smeserver
Loading mirror speeds from cached hostfile
 * base: mirror.softaculous.com
 * smeaddons: mirrors.rbx.opencare.nl
 * smeextras: mirrors.rbx.opencare.nl
 * smeos: mirrors.rbx.opencare.nl
 * smeupdates: mirrors.rbx.opencare.nl
 * updates: mirrors.dotsrc.org
427 packages excluded due to repository priority protections
Installerede pakker
e-smith-mysql.noarch                       2.6.0-18.el7.sme                        @anaconda/rawhide


So it looks as if I have to wait until e-smith-mysql becomes available in smeupdates :-(

Best regards
Henning

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Re: Install smeserver-php-scl on a freshly installed SME 9.2
« Reply #18 on: March 16, 2021, 11:24:25 PM »
:-) Both updates are now in the normal smeupdates, a simple # Yum update  - will pull them and any others, and I always doa reboot reconfig just to be safe, its nots always needed, but I do anyway..

Added: the pace has picked up again, much like the final days of the alpha, updates coming fast as we test and verify, often mul;ti packages at once..and you need to update them all to fix an issue..means the next Beta or even RC is not far away
« Last Edit: March 16, 2021, 11:26:45 PM by TerryF »
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Re: Install smeserver-php-scl on a freshly installed SME 9.2
« Reply #19 on: March 16, 2021, 11:34:14 PM »
Heya Henning

Heres another little trick I often use when testing, often repos haven't synced up and being down here it can sometimes take some hours or even more, use the full URL for the package and if there are any deps also the repos..

yum update http://mirror.canada.pialasse.com/releases/testing/10/smetest/x86_64/RPMS/smeserver-php-3.0.0-32.el7.sme.x86_64.rpm --enablerepo=smetest,smeupdates-testing

Be careful with above its a real update in the /smetest repo, know hat you are updating and why - eg there will be a Bug
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Re: Install smeserver-php-scl on a freshly installed SME 9.2
« Reply #20 on: March 16, 2021, 11:36:37 PM »
Its not something you do all the time, only when its important to get a test done
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Re: Install smeserver-php-scl on a freshly installed SME 9.2
« Reply #21 on: March 17, 2021, 12:41:07 PM »
:-) Both updates are now in the normal smeupdates, a simple # Yum update  - will pull them and any others, and I always doa reboot reconfig just to be safe, its nots always needed, but I do anyway..

Added: the pace has picked up again, much like the final days of the alpha, updates coming fast as we test and verify, often mul;ti packages at once..and you need to update them all to fix an issue..means the next Beta or even RC is not far away

Thanx for update. I will try this once I'm done with my normal / official work, which means within the next 4 hours  8-)


Re: Install smeserver-php-scl on a freshly installed SME 9.2
« Reply #22 on: March 17, 2021, 04:04:29 PM »
:-) Both updates are now in the normal smeupdates, a simple # Yum update  - will pull them and any others, and I always doa reboot reconfig just to be safe, its nots always needed, but I do anyway..

Added: the pace has picked up again, much like the final days of the alpha, updates coming fast as we test and verify, often mul;ti packages at once..and you need to update them all to fix an issue..means the next Beta or even RC is not far away

Now I could not wait any longer  :-) .

I had to try and update as described.

I tried first to see if I through the server-manager could get the updates, but they did not show up.
Then I manually installed the updates for e-smith-mysql and e-smith-backup. And they arived as described.

I could install from my backup, and... without running on exact same IP verify that my two webpages can be accessed and I can access webmail on the new server as well.

Now I have one question.
When the Beta 2 arives, do I then have to perform the same thing again or.. will the update from Beta1 to Beta2 and further up, happen automatically?

And can I help with other verifications, while I have my test installation?

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Henning

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Re: Install smeserver-php-scl on a freshly installed SME 9.2
« Reply #23 on: March 18, 2021, 12:26:35 AM »
When beta 2 or even perhaps RC1 hits, all updates will be incorporated,, no need to update again..

Actually both those updates are now in smeupdates so a simple yum update on a beta1 install will pull those and others that have also now been released.

Enjoy, big push now is validating contribs that have been resolved (just means have been migrated to sme10 and had a cursory look) and now need verifying install and operation is as expected, log any issues in the Bug for that contrib, see here 

https://bugs.contribs.org/buglist.cgi?action=wrap&bug_status=RESOLVED&f1=bug_status&list_id=93146&o1=notequals&product=SME%20Contribs&v1=CLOSED

Added: and if it does what it is supposed to do, put that in the Bug as well
« Last Edit: March 18, 2021, 12:32:56 AM by TerryF »
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Re: Install smeserver-php-scl on a freshly installed SME 9.2
« Reply #24 on: March 18, 2021, 12:31:37 AM »
I could install from my backup, and... without running on exact same IP verify that my two webpages can be accessed and I can access webmail on the new server as well.

Yes, something to be aware of, when restoring from the sme9 backup it will set IP and domain name as per the sme9 install, so if you try and access the ip of what was the original sme10 install it may not play :-) just needs a Configure this Server from the console menu to get it firing on all cylinders again..

Enjoy, sme10 is good, real good :-)
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Re: Install smeserver-php-scl on a freshly installed SME 9.2
« Reply #25 on: March 18, 2021, 01:07:19 PM »
Enjoy, big push now is validating contribs that have been resolved (just means have been migrated to sme10 and had a cursory look) and now need verifying install and operation is as expected, log any issues in the Bug for that contrib, see here 

https://bugs.contribs.org/buglist.cgi?action=wrap&bug_status=RESOLVED&f1=bug_status&list_id=93146&o1=notequals&product=SME%20Contribs&v1=CLOSED

Added: and if it does what it is supposed to do, put that in the Bug as well

Thanks Terry. I will have a look at the list and see if I can find items that I can verify in the bug list you have mentioned :-)
I hope I still can read and understand Bugzilla, it's a few years since I last used bugzilla.

I will update my "normal" server to sme-10 but I will still have a test PC running SME-10 where I can "play around" and try various things.