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* The software component ''Desktop environment'' must be selected.
 
* The software component ''Desktop environment'' must be selected.
  
* After everything is finished the UCR variable ''system/setu/boot/start'' must be set to ''true''.
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* After everything is finished the UCR variable ''system/setup/boot/start'' must be set to ''true''.
  
 
* On next boot the basic settings UMC module will be started.
 
* On next boot the basic settings UMC module will be started.
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* The software component ''Desktop environment'' must be selected.
 
* The software component ''Desktop environment'' must be selected.
  
* After everything is finished the UCR variable ''system/setu/boot/start'' must be set to ''true''.
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* After everything is finished the UCR variable ''system/setup/boot/start'' must be set to ''true''.
  
 
* On next boot the basic settings UMC module will be started.
 
* On next boot the basic settings UMC module will be started.

Revision as of 14:43, 4 November 2011

Note: Univention Corporate Server (UCS) 3.0 has been released.
Produktlogo UCS Version 3.0

UCS Appliance

The following steps are required to create an appliance based on UCS 3.0.

Domaincontoller Master

  • While selecting the system role in UCS, F3 must be pressed. This will disable the join scripts.
  • The software component Desktop environment must be selected.
  • After everything is finished the UCR variable system/setup/boot/start must be set to true.
  • On next boot the basic settings UMC module will be started.

Other systems

  • The join must be disabled in the UCS Installer.
  • The software component Desktop environment must be selected.
  • After everything is finished the UCR variable system/setup/boot/start must be set to true.
  • On next boot the basic settings UMC module will be started.
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