Recently, I have encountered an interesting issue, as I could not perform specific database operations due to unwanted and active sessions using the database. Thus, I will briefly note the solution for further reference.
I have spent some time this weekend investigating SSL certificate-based authentication and implementing it in Kolab web-based user interface.
This topic is very interesting, but definitely too broad to be briefly described in a single blog post, so do not look at it as complete solution, but treat it only as a proof of concept.
Today I have found an interesting issue as I tried to forbid shell script execution from different directory.
After a longer period of time I have decided to install Kolab and use it as personal information manager. Installation process went as expected up to the point where setup process tried to install Roundcube database and failed miserably.
Currently, I am working over an unstable network connection, so my SSH session is constantly disconnected. It is very uncomfortable situation as dropped SSH connection freeze the whole terminal.