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    Apologies, we had an issue with the external IMAP accounts that round & decided to put in a security/stability fix for nginx so it got a bit 'interesting' when stuff got renamed 5.0.3 > 5.0.4

    From what I can gather here's the changelists & the version info they produce:
    89598 produces 5.0.4_GA_2113
    89595 produces 5.0.3_GA_2113 (the changelist # we put up on PMWeb)
    88906 produces 5.0.3_GA_2101 (the downloads we put up we're originally named 5.0.3_GA_2101 then just got renamed to .4 when the fixes went in)

    The latest change dealing with Bug 26220 - Upgrade failure if some people use external IMAP sync was 89580 & the latest for Bug 26122 - Nginx: proxy crashes on pop login process when throttling enabled was change 89569 so I would use one's older than that

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    Default Perforce issue

    Following the link founded here: Franklin README - Zimbra :: Wiki I want to download Perforce p4 for Ubuntu 2.6 kernel 64bits (aka x86_64) to compile Zimbra but the link for "The Perforce Command-Line Client" on that site (Perforce Downloads: linux26x86_64) isn't there... look:

    "Not Found
    The requested URL /perforce/r07.3/bin.linux26x86_64/p4 was not found on this server.
    Apache/1.3.31 Server at filehost.perforce.com Port 80"

    have I to download a 32bits version of p4? But "Not Found" too... :-/

    If I have a 32bits version of p4 on a Ubuntu 6.06 64bits, my compillation of Zimbra source code will result in a "amd64 . deb" packages? Even with p4 32bits?

    Sorry, I never heard about Perforce before... and now I can't download it.

    PS.: I have 4 Ubuntu Servers to compile, debug and help devepolment of Zimbra:
    1 Ubuntu 6.06 32bits;
    1 Ubuntu 6.06 64bits;
    1 Ubuntu 8.04 32bits and;
    1 Ubuntu 8.04 64bits.
    Hope I will help on documentation of building process on all versions of Ubuntu and increment our Wiki.

    In the near future, my company will help a lot this brilliant project! But for now, I need to document all procedures, build and generate by myself all packages for Ubuntu LTS.

    Best regards!
    Thiago

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    Thanks Mike that's as clear as mud

    Looks like all the bugs for 5.0.5 have been marked as completed, is there a @change for it yet that has gone to QA? Or an ETA?

    I'd like to upload packages in line with released versions to the new community builds site, if it's not too long I'll wait for 5.0.5. FreeBSD is finished too

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    Quote Originally Posted by dijichi2 View Post
    FreeBSD is finished too
    You're my hero. Does it compile under 7.0 ?

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    You're my hero. Does it compile under 7.0 ?
    6.3 currently, 7 was too new when I started the port and I figured it would be easier to go from 6.3 to 7 rather than the other way round. I've tagged the platform FREEBSD6, but we can have a look at 7 and if the support patch is trivial we could rename it just FREEBSD.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dijichi2 View Post
    Looks like all the bugs for 5.0.5 have been marked as completed, is there a @change for it yet that has gone to QA? Or an ETA?

    I'd like to upload packages in line with released versions to the new community builds site, if it's not too long I'll wait for 5.0.5. FreeBSD is finished too
    Awesome! SourceForge.net: Zimbra Community Builds
    Depends on when you've checked PMweb - 5.0.5 today - not yet, but it's locked in minus those assigned to outstanding items - if QA finds something that needs to be addressed, etc. Probably physically safe to start a 'PRE-GA' (no show stopping bugs at the moment) as it's FOSS after all.

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    Default Changelist 5.0.5

    Hi,

    version 5.0.5 is @93698

    Ok?
    Marcelo Teixeira Monteiro

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    Zimbra Product Portal

    change number is blank?

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    Quote Originally Posted by dijichi2 View Post
    Zimbra Product Portal

    change number is blank?
    Use p4 -u public -P public1234 -c public-view sync -f //depot/zcs/FRANKLIN/ZimbraBuild/RE/...@93698
    Marcelo Teixeira Monteiro

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    Hi,

    version 5.0.5 is @93698

    Ok?
    looks like this is correct, thanks. odd they've released all the packages without publishing the @num

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