Zitat von Martijn Brinkers <martijn(a)djigzo.com>om>:
- "Ant" is complaining if the
openjdk-6-jdk package is not installed
so i added this to the openjdk-6-jre package.
This is probably caused because you system was not a complete fresh
Ubuntu 8.04 install. I have tested the installation procedure
meticulously over and over again. Did you get this error when
installing the .tar files or when trying to build the sources?
It was merely a additional warning when starting "ant" without any
input. Maybe it would even work without fixing it.
Tested on fresh install: If one first install openjdk-6 and then ant
the warning "Unable to locate tools.jar" appear. This can be fixed by
first install ant or by installing openjdk-6-jdk...
Strange but more of a bug in the dependencies.
- The required
package "jetty" is by default only available with
version 5.1 on Ubuntu 8.04 LTS not version 6.1 as used in the VM
That's why on page 7 (Install and configure Jetty) of the
installation guide Jetty will be downloaded from the Djigzo website:
You can also download Jetty directly from
but at the time of writing they did
not have a .deb build of the latest version.
If you want you can use Jetty 5.1 but this has not been tested.
I try to stay as close to distribution packages as possible to get
security updates delievered. So my intention was to use the supplied
one, but it seams there are differences for the config file syntax :-(
I have still not managed to get jetty 5 to supply djigzo web interface.
BTW there seams to some security problem regarding version 6 and 7 of
jetty dated from mid oktober this year.
- The path in
the docu is /usr/local/djigzo while the appliance uses
/usr/share/djigzo. This is a little bit confusing and makes it harder
to compare if something goes wrong.
The reason for this is that application installed in /usr/share
should only be installed using dpkg (ie. the package should be
manageable by the Debian package manager). The Djigzo .deb packages
can be removed ussing dpkg and adhere to the Debian policy. If you
manually install Djigzo you should not install it into /usr/share.
The standard location for manually installed applications is
Can you maybe explain shortly what the .deb installation does? Is
there any Postfix configuration going on at install-time or is it
"safe" to install on a machine with already customized Postfix and
- If i extract
both the djigzo-src* and the djigzo-web* from the
website and start ant it does not work eg. throw some error about
"djigzo.jar not found". If i first only extract djigzo-src* start ant
and then extract djigzo-web* in the same directory and start ant again
it seams to work.
The "developers-guide.pdf" shows you the steps you need to take to
build the source. You do not need to extract the web src in the same
directory. Quote from "developers-guide"
Hmm, yes. I only tried to go step by step through the installation
guide which explain on page 3 to extract both to /usr/local/djigzo and
start "ant" in that directory. Sorry but i'm totaly java noob.
"The djigzoweb project requires the jar file
generated by the
djigzo project. It is therefore required that
djigzo project is build first. The djigzoweb build.xml ant script
contains a relative reference to the
djigzo jar file so if the two directories do not have the same
parent directory, or the djigzo directory is
named differently, you should change the “"djigzo.jar" ant property."
I think i really should resort to the .deb install.