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?

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    Quote Originally Posted by KevinH
    Mac OS X is already on the roadmap. I should have included it in the poll for completeness, but didn't. Sorry if this caused confusion. We'll take your post as a +1
    Hi all,

    fell free to port zimbra to OSX, but i think that is a wrong choice!!

    See this article:
    http://www.anandtech.com/mac/showdoc.aspx?i=2436
    i can confirm that is thru. OSX I/O is very Slow compared with Linux I/O
    and that's mean that mysql is very slow under osx.
    The best choice is to install Linux PPC instead OSX for a Server use.

    Please consider to port Zimbra under LinuxPPC (debian ubuntu for example) using java-ppc from ibm, so all peuple that like mac, (i love mac) can use zimbra under mac.

    There are a lot of request for Debian. A regular debian package can be compiled for intel or ppc architeture (and much more arch), so it's easy to create a ppc distributions from a x86 version.

    I have another request for Zimbra team:

    Please create a liveCD knoppix based for intel and ppc with the option to install it to the HD.

    best,
    MaX

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    Arrow Debian/Ubuntu

    +1 Ubuntu (baised on Debian so I guess its like + 1/2 Debian)

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    +1 for Debian

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    +1 for freebsd.

    I have created ports in the past and have been investigating putting one together.

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    Default gentoo

    +1 for gentoo

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    Default Solaris Please

    +1 for Solaris (8)

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    +1 for OS X

    How 'bout RHEL 3? We have some enterprise apps that aren't compatible with RHEL4 yet...

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    Default 2.4 kernel

    RHEL3 is on a 2.4 kernel, and would require a bit of work to make things function

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    Arrow Gentoo

    +1 for Gentoo

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    Default Os X

    OS X is my vote. you already are close to a stong os x back with iCal and widget integration. Give the server to and I know you will have apple people coast to coast showing you off as part of demonstrations. Make zimbra use OS X's implementation of openLDAP and you will have even stronger support.

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