Code review comment for lp:~bencer/serverguide/serverguide-precise-zentyal

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Peter Matulis (petermatulis) wrote :

Hi Jorge, could you explain what this means:

On Ubuntu 12.04 release, the current stable version is 2.2, based on the previous Ubuntu LTS. Ubuntu 12.04 comes with Zentyal 2.3 packages."

It appears self-contradictory.

You then go on to say:

"If you want to upgrade to a new stable release you can use Zentyal Team PPA."

Please provide more info on what version users can expect to find in the PPA as well as instructions to install the PPA-based packages.

When I search for packages on an updated Precise I do not find packages named such as 'zentyal-core' or 'zentyal-common'. In fact, I do not find any zentyal-* packages at all:

$ apt-cache search zentyal
ebox - Zentyal - Core
ebox-ca - Zentyal - Certification Authority
ebox-dhcp - Zentyal - DHCP Service
ebox-dns - Zentyal - DNS Service
ebox-firewall - Zentyal - Firewall
ebox-network - Zentyal - Network Configuration
ebox-ntp - Zentyal - NTP Service
ebox-objects - Zentyal - Network Objects
ebox-openvpn - Zentyal - VPN Service
ebox-printers - Zentyal - Printer Sharing
ebox-samba - Zentyal - File Sharing
ebox-services - Zentyal - Network Services
ebox-squid - Zentyal - HTTP Proxy (Cache and Content Filter)
ebox-usersandgroups - Zentyal - Users and Groups
libebox - Zentyal - Common Library

Furthermore, there are also version mismatches. From the quote I gave above, I should be seeing, at the very least, version 2.2 but this is what I get:

$ apt-cache policy ebox
  Installed: (none)
  Candidate: 2.0.16-0ubuntu2
  Version table:
     2.0.16-0ubuntu2 0
        500 precise/universe amd64 Packages

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