View Poll Results: What OS should Zimbra port to next?

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  • Debian

    70 28.34%
  • SUSE

    28 11.34%
  • FreeBSD

    38 15.38%
  • Windows

    31 12.55%
  • Mandrake

    12 4.86%
  • Other (Post to the thread)

    68 27.53%
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Thread: What OS port should be next?

  1. #21
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    Default MacOS X

    Another +1 for MacOS X please. I have a Mac Mini I use at home for my main server, and this would flat out rock for a home email server system.

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    Default Gentoo baaabby.

    +1 for gentoo!!! come on, do gentoo next!

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    Default mac os x

    mac os x please.

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinH
    Someone was already working with me to port this to Gentoo. They had got most of it to compile so far. So anybody who got a Gentoo box and pulls down the source might be able to try this. If you get stuck or need help just post here.
    Nice one

    Sorry I missed your post above mine going on abuot Gentoo. I'll give this ago next week, and would be very interested in helping iron out any bugs or issues with the ebuild.

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    Thumbs up My vote is for:

    Gentoo (too).
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    Default Gentoo

    Gentoo please!

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    +1 Mac Os X
    +1 FreeBSD

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    Default +1 on Solaris...

    I love Linux all day long. But there are a lot of systems running Solaris (it is after all the most popular UNIX). OpenSolaris/Solaris 10 should be very easy to port to and easy to maintain as well. The Solaris ABI has been consistent for the last decade. Once you release Zimbra for Solaris, you wouldn't have to worry about future versions of Solaris breaking your binary packages -- it's future proof. When you guys release a binary package for a given linux distro you'll have to constantly update the binary package for the newer releases of that distro (and you'll be obliged to maintain and support the old version too). Porting to Solaris would be a one time effort and a feather in Zimbra's "enterprise class" cap.

    -Bryan

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    Default

    Gentoo here as well ; )

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    Default Windows

    Windows support would be greatly appreciated. I am not sure how hard this is for you to do. Don't forget about the most popular OS on earth. This product would be great in small companies that do not of the expertise to run an exchange server if installation and maitnance were easy. I look forward to starting to use zimbra when you release a windows build.

    Steve

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