Contact/Organization not showing to Non-Admin User ************** CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `vtiger_cv2group` ( `cvid` int(25) NOT NULL, `groupid` int(25) NOT NULL, KEY `vtiger_cv2group_ibfk_1` (`cvid`), KEY `vtiger_groups_ibfk_1` (`groupid`) ) ENGINE=InnoDB DEFAULT CHARSET=utf8; ************** CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `vtiger_cv2role` ( `cvid` int(25) NOT NULL, `roleid` varchar(50) NOT NULL ) ENGINE=MyISAM DEFAULT CHARSET=latin1; ************** CREATE TABLE IF NOT EXISTS `vtiger_cv2rs` ( […]

How to upgrade Vtiger 6.5 to 7.1 – Tutorial Two ways to upgrade Vtiger 6.5 to 7.1 There are two ways of updating vtiger to a new version. Option #1 – Upgrading Vtiger Using Patch The first way is to use the patch provided by Vtiger. This method is very similar to earlier versions. You will need to backup your files and database, download the patch, […]

Nmap Cheat Sheet Nmap has a multitude of options and when you first start playing with this excellent tool it can be a bit daunting. In this cheat sheet you will find a series of practical example commands for running Nmap and getting the most of this powerful tool. Keep in mind that this cheat sheet merely […]

Install Kopano on Debian 8 What is Kopano? Kopano is a fork (a spin-off) of Zarafa. Some components have been adopted, others written from scratch. Kopano is open source, offers a wide range of functions and has a modular structure: core (base for all other components) webapp (fully equipped web GUI a la Outlook Web Access) files (integration of various cloud services, […]

SALT – BOOTSTRAP – MULTI-PLATFORM Salt Bootstrap is a shell script that detects the target platform and selects the best installation method. (Supported Platforms) ON THE SALT MASTER Run these commands on the system that you want to use as the central management point. curl -L -o sudo sh -P -M Your Salt master can manage […]

OEM installation and image Ubuntu 18.04

You can boot the Ubuntu installer in OEM mode to achieve the result you are after. When you boot the installation media, hit SHIFT to get to the installation menu, then hit F4 and select ‘OEM Install’. When Ubuntu has finished booting install the system as usual, you will be prompted for a temporary username […]