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    Hi all,

    I know CentOS is not "officially" supported by Zimbra but I also know that many people are using it anyway.

    I have CentOS 6 64 bit, which version of Zimbra should I download ?

    Also, can I install it on a Ubuntu 11.10 or only 10.04 LTS ?

    Thank you

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    Hi, CentOS is equivalent to Red Hat and ZCS it's supported only in Ubuntu LTS releases.

    Regards.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wasowski View Post
    Hi all,

    I know CentOS is not "officially" supported by Zimbra but I also know that many people are using it anyway.

    I have CentOS 6 64 bit, which version of Zimbra should I download ?
    You install the versions that built for ...... (it's Saturday night quiz time ) and the clue is that CentOS is a binary compatible build of which major upstream vendor's operating system?

    Quote Originally Posted by Wasowski View Post
    Also, can I install it on a Ubuntu 11.10 or only 10.04 LTS.?
    LTS.
    Regards


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    Tx to both of you.

    So I guess the version numbers of CentOS match the RH numbers.

    Would you recommend CentOS6 over Fedora 13 ?

    I have a problem with Ubuntu 10.04LTS booting with my RAID controller. So that leaves me with those 2 distros assuming Debian has the same booting problem.

    Thank you.

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    Last edited by Wasowski; 10-22-2011 at 12:03 PM. Reason: typos

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    Take a look at Zimbra Product Management Portal and make a decision.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wasowski View Post
    Would you recommend CentOS6 over Fedora 13 ?
    If you want a stable, reliable and well tested platform for a mail server then Fedora is not a suitable option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by phoenix View Post
    If you want a stable, reliable and well tested platform for a mail server then Fedora is not a suitable option.
    Thank you.

    Is the version for RH6 64bit still in beta ?

    Should I just go back to CentOS 5 ?

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wasowski View Post
    Is the version for RH6 64bit still in beta ?
    Is it in the Beta section of the Downloads page or is it in the GA section? If it's not in the Beta section but in the GA section, then it's GA.
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