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Thread: Zimbra Open Source Ed. 3.1 on Redhat 3

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    Default Zimbra Open Source Ed. 3.1 on Redhat 3

    Would Zimbra 3.1(Open Source Edition) work on Redhat 3?
    Normally I would try CentOS 4.3, but the thing is that it does not
    support my SCSI card(because of the kernel).

    As Redhat 3 support my SCSI card, would be able to install zimbra 3.1 on it?

    regards,
    -eduardo s.m.

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    Yes, it will.
    I am running on Redhat FC 3; however, keep in mind that ZCS 3.1 will be the last release for RedHat FC3 and you will need to upgrade FC4 to take advantage of ZCS 3.2.

    Good luck
    Last edited by jholder; 07-10-2006 at 06:40 PM.

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    Just to be clear we support Fedora Core 3 not RedHat 3. And Fedora Core 3 support has just ended as we'll move to Fedora Core 5 support.
    Looking for new beta users -> Co-Founder of Acompli. Previously worked at Zimbra (and Yahoo! & VMware) since 2005.

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    Yep, I know.
    I think I will give a try to FC3 as the installer breaks with RedHat AS 3.
    regards,
    -eduardo s.m.

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