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    Question Zimbra on debian AMD64 (No 32 emu)

    1) Any experiences so far ?

    2) Should it be compiled from source, or can the Debian package be used as is ?

    3) If all package dependencies are installed, would there be anything else avioding a succesfull installation on AMD64 Debian ?

    Have a nice day, out there.

    Best regards Daniel Mersebak

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    Quote Originally Posted by daimer77
    3) If all package dependencies are installed, would there be anything else avioding a succesfull installation on AMD64 Debian ?
    Probably same as other Linux distro's: make sure you have all the needed Perl modules in your site perl, and don't use the ZImbra perl modules included. The Zimbra perl modules do not work in a 64bit Perl environment.

    edit: just noticed the "no 32emu" part of the title In that case, compile from source.

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    Default AMD64 howto?

    Does anyone have a howto on installing Zimbra on Debian on an AMD64 Opteron system? I'd really like to run Zimbra, but I'm not a full time server admin and don't have time for trial and error.

    I'm open to compiling from scratch, or installing the 32 bit version. I do not currently have any other 32bit packages installed, so the server may need to be prepped for that...

    Thanks.

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