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    Default zimbra version for debian?

    Hello.
    Why there isn't a version for debian linux?
    There is for almost all distribution but debian.
    Debian is one of the most used linux distributions for servers.
    Can I know why zimbra does not have a version for debian?
    Thank you.

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    Versions up to and including 7.2 run on Debian. But going forward support for it has been dropped along with support for RHEL 4 and 5, Fedora, and all 32-bit OS variants.

    See the downloads page, Open Source Edition Downloads: Enterprise Messaging and Collaboration Software by Zimbra - Any version marked DEPRECATED will be discontinues after the 7.x series of releases.

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    I've to use the package for ubuntu?
    I don't see a specific version for debian 7 amd64 but only for ubuntu.

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    Quote Originally Posted by msan View Post
    I've to use the package for ubuntu?
    No, you use one of the supported distributions. Installing ZCS on anything else will leave you unable to report bugs or (generally) get any support. There is no ZCS version built for Debain and not likely to be for the foreseeable future.
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