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    Default Change from DEBIAN Zimbra to UBUNTU Zimbra


    As per this thread:
    ...I upgraded to 64bit.
    Now that there's a non-beta version of Zimbra for Ubuntu 10.04, I would like to change my Zimbra install from "zcs-6.0.8_GA_2661.DEBIAN5_64" to "zcs-7.1.0_GA_3140.UBUNTU10_64".

    What is the recommended method of doing this?

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    I found this article:

    Is this the recommended process?

    Has anyone else gone through a similar process where you wanted to use Zimbra on Ubuntu 10.04 before it was officially supported and so you used the Debian version and then wanted to move to the Ubuntu version?

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    I just did this following that process and it worked fine. I did go to the exact same ZCS version - so to 6.0.8 Ubuntu in your case. I plan to move on to 7.1 soon but haven't done that yet.


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