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PostPosted: Tue Apr 25, 2017 2:01 am    Post subject: zulip open source group chat application Reply with quote

Zulip is a powerful open source group chat application.
it's writeen in python.
open source,cross platform
it is owned by dropbox now,
and i asked the developed group,
it's support linux such as ubuntu etc,no gentoo
so anyone can help ? i really want to use on my gentoo server,thank you!!!
that's website as follows:
https://zulip.org/index.html
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PostPosted: Tue Apr 25, 2017 2:38 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

From https://zulip.org/server.html :
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WARNING: This automated installation process expects to be the only thing running on a server (it uses Puppet, etc.)

It sounds like this will screw up any OS you try to install it on, by design. Probably best to install docker, use that to run an Ubuntu container and install it there.

I certainly wouldn't trust my data with anything that requires to be installed and run from /root/ though. This doesn't smell like well-engineered software.
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PostPosted: Wed May 17, 2017 3:56 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

well,i need a host-self app something like slack,but data and all application install on my own server,
better base on irc,
can u recommend one?
thx!


Ant P. wrote:
From https://zulip.org/server.html :
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WARNING: This automated installation process expects to be the only thing running on a server (it uses Puppet, etc.)

It sounds like this will screw up any OS you try to install it on, by design. Probably best to install docker, use that to run an Ubuntu container and install it there.

I certainly wouldn't trust my data with anything that requires to be installed and run from /root/ though. This doesn't smell like well-engineered software.
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