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Uninstallation: changed underscores to hyphens as per instructions given when uninstalling
You can download this package at ''[ smeserver-groupoffice]'' . If you would like to save it directly on your SME Server, you should give this command at a linux-prompt wget
For installation just hit the following command
yum localinstall --enablerepo=smecontribs install smeserver-groupoffice-2.18.1-7.noarch.rpm
After finishing the install process you can find groupoffice in the ''/opt/groupoffice'' directory.
'''Please note that this RPM cannot upgrade GroupOffice 2.16.x and 2.17.x'''
A backup is done by the RPM before updating. All Files and MySQL DataBase are saved in /opt/GO_RPM_BACKUP
'''You must move the backup to a safe directory.'''
yum remove smeserver-groupoffice
You can ignore the yum-comments ''signal event post-upgrade'' and ''signal-event reboot''.
In the new release (2.18.1-x), if you want to completly remove GroupOffice from your server, you need the following command:
sh /root/
This will delete GroupOffice's installation files, MySQL DB and SME DB entries.
If GroupOffice has created a user 'admin' based on the SME admin, you can set him admin-rights if you want.
{{Warning box|For security-reasons, change your admin-the password for the user 'administrator' after your first login !}}{{Warning box|Do not delete the default administrator account or modify it in any way. !}}
===Adjusting accessibility===
The default behaviour of GroupOffice is: accessible from LAN + Internet with "forced https" (SSL on + rewrite rule)
You can easily change those defaults settings with following commands:
# svc -h /service/httpd-e-smith
=== Additional information ===
After install you will find FAQ and README in /opt/html/
*[ Group-office on]
*[ Website (proprietary version)]
Have much fun with GroupOffice as your preferred Groupware !
''Dietmar Berteld (berdie)''
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