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    Default Fedora Core 5

    As some of you may or may not have seen the first test version of Fedora Core 5 has been release. Now I know Zimbra supports core 3, and a lot of people are running core 4 with miniscual changes. My thought would be to bypass the offical release of Zimbra for FC4, if there were even plans for it, and possibly start looking a offical FC5. That is only if Zimbra is planning on heading that way.

    http://fedora.redhat.com/participate/schedule/

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    Default Chances are

    that we'll drop FC3, and go with FC4 and FC5 - but as yet, there's no plan around this. We'll almost certainly wait for FC5 to get out of test release, tho - chasing test versions is a lot of effort, for minimal gain.

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    Default bad interpreter error

    Hi,

    I'm new to zimbra, so plz excuse my stupid questions?

    I need to do a zimbra installation on FC5, but I keep on getting this error: "bash: ./install.sh: /bin/bash^M: bad interpreter: No such file or directory"

    I made the symbolic links to the old FC4 libcrypto & libssl so's, shut down sendmail, and made sure all the dependencies are intalled, & configured the /etc/hosts file.

    Please help me...

    Thanx

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    I guess you've installed the FC4 version and you've made the changes listed in this thread? Have a search of the forum for any other information but you do realise that this isn't a suppotred configuration?

    I'd suggest you eitherinstall FC4 and upgrading when the FC5 version of Zimbra is available or just wait for that verion of Zimbra.
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    Thank you for the reply, but I only have a FC5 installation, because I have to install it on a virtual server.

    Any advise on that issue would be helpfull...

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    Does the virtual server meet the minimum specifications for Zimbra? Specifically, how much memory does it have?
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    Default Specifications

    Yeah,

    3.0 GHz Processor,
    1Gig Ram,
    20GB HDD Space.

    Let me try re-creating the domu... I suspect there is some of the gcc packeges that were not installed from the start.

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    Default Stuck at Setting defaults

    Hi,

    I got the installation started, and it installed everything.

    I've been waiting here for 30min, but it just seems to be stuck at setting defaults. Is this normal?


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