Zarafa packages for Arch Linux – Compatibility/Overview

Do you want to know if your system is able to run Zarafa packages for Arch Linux? Or are you just curious about the latest release and updates?

Here’s a little overview of compatible devices and available Zarafa packages for Arch Linux.

i686ReleaseChangelog
All devices
20170418-165457

Compiled

zarafa-libical-7.2.0-310
zarafa-libvmime-7.2.0-315
zarafa-server-7.2.5.106-39

Dependencies

apache-2.4.25-1
apr-1.5.2-1
apr-util-1.5.4-2
aspell-0.60.6.1-5
bash-completion-2.5-1
boost-1.58.0-2
boost-libs-1.58.0-2
c-client-2007f-6
cairo-1.14.8-1
catdoc-0.95-1
cyrus-sasl-2.1.26-8
damageproto-1.2.1-3
ejabberd-17.01-2
enchant-1.6.1-1
erlang-nox-19.3-1
erlang-unixodbc-19.3-1
fetchmail-6.3.26-5
fixesproto-5.0+9+g4292ec1-1
fontconfig-2.12.1-4
freetds-1.00.15-2
freetype2-2.7.1-1
gd-2.2.4-1
geoip-1.6.9-1
geoip-database-20170404-1
giflib-5.1.4-1
gperftools-2.5-1
gpm-1.20.7-7
graphite-1:1.3.9-1
gsasl-1.8.0-7
gsoap-2.8.22-2
harfbuzz-1.4.5-1
hspell-1.3-1
hunspell-1.5.4-1
kbproto-1.0.7-1
lcms2-2.8-2
libdrm-2.4.79-1
libedit-20170329_3.1-1
libglvnd-0.2.999+g4ba53457-2
libice-1.0.9-1
libjpeg-turbo-1.5.1-1
libmariadbclient-10.1.21-1
libmcrypt-2.5.8-4
libomxil-bellagio-0.9.3-1
libpciaccess-0.13.5-1
libpng-1.6.29-1
libsm-1.2.2-2
libtiff-4.0.7-2
libtxc_dxtn-1.0.1-6
libvoikko-4.1-1
libwebp-0.5.2-1
libx11-1.6.5-1
libxau-1.0.8-2
libxcb-1.12-1
libxdamage-1.1.4-2
libxdmcp-1.1.2-1
libxext-1.3.3-1
libxfixes-5.0.3-1
libxpm-3.5.12-1
libxrender-0.9.10-1
libxshmfence-1.2-1
libxslt-1.1.29+42+gac341cbd-1
libxt-1.1.5-1
libxxf86vm-1.1.4-1
libyaml-0.1.7-1
llvm-libs-3.9.1-2
lynx-2.8.8-4
mariadb-10.1.21-1
mariadb-clients-10.1.21-1
mesa-17.0.3-1
net-snmp-5.7.3-3
nginx-1.12.0-1
openjpeg2-2.1.2-2
perl-crypt-openssl-bignum-0.07-1
perl-crypt-openssl-random-0.11-2
perl-crypt-openssl-rsa-0.28-8
perl-crypt-ssleay-0.73_04-4
perl-dbd-mysql-4.041-1
perl-dbi-1.636-2
perl-digest-hmac-1.03-3
perl-digest-sha1-2.13-7
perl-encode-locale-1.05-1
perl-error-0.17024-1
perl-file-listing-6.04-2
perl-html-parser-3.72-2
perl-html-tagset-3.20-4
perl-http-cookies-6.03-1
perl-http-daemon-6.01-2
perl-http-date-6.02-2
perl-http-message-6.11-2
perl-http-negotiate-6.01-2
perl-io-html-1.001-1
perl-io-socket-inet6-2.72-1
perl-io-socket-ssl-2.044-1
perl-libwww-6.24-1
perl-lockfile-simple-0.208-1
perl-lwp-mediatypes-6.02-2
perl-lwp-protocol-https-6.06-2
perl-mail-dkim-0.40-1
perl-mail-spf-2.9.0-1
perl-mailtools-2.18-1
perl-net-dns-1.09-1
perl-net-http-6.13-1
perl-net-ip-1.26-2
perl-net-ssleay-1.80-1
perl-netaddr-ip-4.079-2
perl-path-class-0.37-1
perl-socket6-0.28-1
perl-timedate-2.30-2
perl-try-tiny-0.28-1
perl-uri-1.71-1
perl-www-robotrules-6.02-2
php-5.6.30-1
php-apache-5.6.30-1
php-cgi-5.6.30-1
php-embed-5.6.30-1
php-enchant-5.6.30-1
php-fpm-5.6.30-1
php-gd-5.6.30-1
php-imap-5.6.30-1
php-intl-5.6.30-1
php-ldap-5.6.30-1
php-mcrypt-5.6.30-1
php-mssql-5.6.30-1
php-odbc-5.6.30-1
php-pear-5.6.30-1
php-pgsql-5.6.30-1
php-phpdbg-5.6.30-1
php-pspell-5.6.30-1
php-snmp-5.6.30-1
php-sqlite-5.6.30-1
php-tidy-5.6.30-1
php-xapian-1:1.4.2-1
php-xsl-5.6.30-1
pixman-0.34.0-1
poppler-0.52.0-1
postfix-3.2.0-1
postgresql-libs-9.6.1-3
python-3.6.0-2
python-sleekxmpp-1.3.1-1
python2-2.7.13-1
python2-appdirs-1.4.3-1
python2-asn1crypto-0.22.0-1
python2-cffi-1.10.0-1
python2-click-6.7-1
python2-coverage-4.3.4-1
python2-cryptography-1.8.1-2
python2-dateutil-2.6.0-2
python2-defusedxml-0.5.0-1
python2-dnspython-1.15.0-2
python2-docutils-0.13.1-2
python2-enum34-1.1.6-1
python2-flask-0.12.1-1
python2-idna-2.5-1
python2-ipaddress-1.0.18-1
python2-itsdangerous-0.24-3
python2-jinja-2.9.6-1
python2-markupsafe-1.0-1
python2-minimock-1.2.8-1
python2-nose-1.3.7-3
python2-packaging-16.8-2
python2-ply-3.10-1
python2-pyasn1-0.2.3-1
python2-pycparser-2.17-2
python2-pyicu-1.9.6-1
python2-pyopenssl-16.2.0-2
python2-pyparsing-2.2.0-1
python2-setuptools-1:35.0.0-1
python2-six-1.10.0-3
python2-sleekxmpp-1.3.1-1
python2-soappy-0.12.22-1
python2-tlslite-0.4.9-2
python2-vobject-0.9.4.1-1
python2-werkzeug-0.12.1-1
python2-wstools-0.4.5-1
python2-xapian-1:1.4.2-1
re2c-0.16-1
renderproto-0.11.1-3
sabre-zarafa-0.23-200
spamassassin-3.4.1-4
swig-3.0.7-1
tidy-5.4.0-1
tinycdb-0.78-2
unixodbc-2.3.4-2
unzip-6.0-12
w3m-0.5.3.git20170102-1
wayland-1.13.0-1
xapian-core-1:1.4.2-1
xcb-proto-1.12-3
xextproto-7.3.0-1
xf86vidmodeproto-2.3.1-3
xproto-7.0.31-1
z-push-2.3.3-1
zarafa-postfixadmin-0.45.3-1
zarafa-service-overview-1.0.2-1
zarafa-spamhandler-0.1-3
zarafa-webapp-2.2.0.414-100
zarafa-webapp-browsercompatibility-2.2.0.414-100
zarafa-webapp-clockwidget-2.2.0.414-100
zarafa-webapp-contactfax-2.2.0.414-100
zarafa-webapp-delayeddelivery-1.0.22.70-95
zarafa-webapp-desktopnotifications-1.0.31.28-95
zarafa-webapp-filepreviewer-1.0.30.59-95
zarafa-webapp-files-2.2.0.414-100
zarafa-webapp-folderwidgets-2.2.0.414-100
zarafa-webapp-gmaps-2.2.0.414-100
zarafa-webapp-mdm-1.1.0.49-97
zarafa-webapp-passwd-1.2-165
zarafa-webapp-pimfolder-2.2.0.414-100
zarafa-webapp-smime-1.0.31-95
zarafa-webapp-spellchecker-1.0.22.32-95
zarafa-webapp-titlecounter-2.2.0.414-100
zarafa-webapp-webappmanual-2.2.0.414-100
zarafa-webapp-xmpp-2.2.0.414-100
zarafa-webapp-zdeveloper-2.2.0.414-100

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x86_64ReleaseChangelog
All devices
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aarch64ReleaseChangelog
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4 thoughts on “Zarafa packages for Arch Linux – Compatibility/Overview

  1. Hi,

    could you kindly provide packages for armv6h (like for armv7).
    Atm it seems to be impossible to build from AUR packages for Pi/Pi Zero with an up-to-date base system.

    Thanks in advance and keep up the good work.

    Reply

    1. Hey Icke,

      I had Zarafa running on armv6h, but it wasn’t good for more then one user. The single threaded Raspberry had real problems working the heavy webapp. Webaccess has been by far the only thing it was able to handle.

      What device do you want to run Zarafa on?

      MartiMcFly

      Reply

      1. Hi,

        target would be current pi zero w – which exists mainly for running zarafa only.
        Single user access (one at a time) should be enough for my purpose – performance isn’t a key factor for me.

        BR
        Icke

        Reply

        1. Hey!

          Sorry. This was a stupid question from my side. You already mentioned the Pi Zero.

          I’ll check wheather I’ll be able to revitalize my arm6h build environment. But honestly it won’t be much fun using it. Except you want to stick to IMAP, ActiveSync and skip using Webapp.

          MartiMcFly

          Reply

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